International ALS/MND Connect 2019 

MND Australia in partnership with MND Western Australia are the hosts for the 27th International ALS/MND Alliance meetings and the 30th International ALS/MND Symposium in Perth in 2019. 
 
The ALS/MND Connect (Ask the Experts) session is organised each year by the host association and the International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations. The aim of this session is to connect people living with ALS/MND, their family and friends with leading international researchers.

This interactive session provides the community with the opportunity to ask questions about latest research advances from around the world. The meeting will held in Meeting Rooms 1 and 2 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday 2 December from 2pm to 4.30pm. Program available here.

There will be a Q and A session - if you would like to submit your question in advance please fill in the box below. Every effort will be made to read out your question, however, we cannot guarantee that there will be time for all questions submitted to be read out during the session. 

Please note that this session will be live streamed and filmed. Indicate below if you do not wish to be photographed or filmed. 

PALS/CALS Lunch

A networking lunch for people living with ALS/MND and their carers will be held in meeting room 3 from 12 midday prior to ALS/MND Connect to offer an opportunity for people living with MND from the host country to meet with the international PALS/CALS community. This lunch is kindly sponsored by FUNDELA and The Alliance - there is no cost but numbers are strictly limited. Please indicate below if you would like to attend. Your attendance will be confirmed via email by 22 November. 

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If you would like to submit your question in advance please fill in this box.
 

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