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Registration - 2nd Nordic Huntington Disease Research Meeting 2019

The Huntington Center in Lund, Sweden, welcomes HD researchers and clinicians in the Nordic countries to a one-day Nordic Huntington Disease Research Meeting. The Huntington Center is an excellence initiative between Lund University and the health care organization Region Skåne, with the aim to bring research and clinical care in HD closer together. 

The meeting takes place at the Biomedical Center in Lund, Sweden, on November 26, 2019. You register by entering the required information below. If you encounter any problems, do not hesitate to contact the administrator for the Huntington Center, Jenny Månsson, at: Jenny [dot] Mansson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se.

See pfd for tentative program: PDF icon Tentative Program 2nd Nordic HD Research Meeting.pdf

Last day to register is on October 19, 2019.

By registering to this research meeting you agree to Lund University processing your personal data. Your contact details will be circulated in to all meeting participants through the participant list. Photos taken by the organizers during the event might be published on the webpages Huntingtoncentrum.se and Huntington-research.lu.se. For more information how we process your data, see link to the right.

Please enter your name and surname.
Please enter your title.
Please enter your affiliation.
If interested in a data blitz presentation, please indicate it here.
If signing up for the data blitz presentation, please enter the title of your presentation.
Please indicate if you would like to attend the conference dinner at 18:00 at the restaurant På Skissernas.
Please indicate if you have any food allergies or dietary requirements.
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