2019 FSH Society International Research Congress

Date: June 19-20, 2019
Location: Pharo Palace, Marseille, France

2019 FSHD IRC Program (corrected)

2019 IRC Abstract Book

2019 IRC Poster dimensions

Important deadlines:

  • Conference registration is now closed.

Local host organization: Marseille Medical Genetics Center; Aix Marseille Université, INSERM; Department of Medical Genetics, La Timone Childrens’ Hospital, Marseille, FRANCE; GIPTIS: Genetic Institute for Patients, Therapies and Innovative Science

Co-chairs: Fréderique Magdinier, PhD, and George Padberg, MD

Program committee: Alexandra Belayew, PhD, Sabrina Sacconi, MD PhD, Stephen Tapscott, MD PhD, Rabi Tawil, MD, Rossella Tupler, MD PhD, Peter Zammit, PhD

Keynote speakers: Brad Cairns, PhD, University of Utah, and Prof. Michel Fardeau, Institute of Myologie

The FSH Society’s annual FSHD International Research Congress and Workshop is the premier annual platform for clinicians, medical researchers, and basic scientists to present and discuss new developments in facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD) research, reinforce collaborative efforts, and facilitate new initiatives, and coordinate research and clinical activities. With the recent advances in FSHD studies, the numerous developments, large sets of data, greater availability of biomaterials from multiple large research initiatives, a meeting for dissemination of new ideas, discussion of new strategies, collaboration and coordination is highly needed.

Conference schedule
Wednesday, June 19, 8:00 am-6:00 pm
Wednesday, June 19, 7:30 pm – Banquet
Thursday, June 20, 8:00 am-5:00 pm (Note: June 20 is World FSHD Day)

Registration is open to all researchers and clinicians working in FSHD and related fields. Use the online form below.

Scholarships are available to cover registration fee and travel stipend (up to $500). Deadline: March 1, 2019

Help publicize the meeting to colleagues. Download our Call for Abstracts Poster and Registration Poster.

We strongly recommend booking early as the French F1 Grand Prix is scheduled for June 20-23 and hotels may sell out.