24th International Conference on Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy

Join us in Montréal, Canada, 16-19 June 2020, as professionals from around the globe present leading research and debate emerging approaches to clinical genetics, fetal imaging, fetal therapy and other disciplines in prenatal diagnosis and therapy!

Preconference courses and plenary sessions will feature invited speakers. Oral and poster presentations will be selected from peer-reviewed abstracts. Topics will include clinical genetics, fetal imaging, fetal therapy and more.

Registration rates will be available for Non-members, Full Professional Members, Allied Health Professionals (non-doctoral health professionals) and Trainees (Fellows, Students, etc.). You do not need to be an ISPD member to attend, although Full Professional Members receive a discount off of the Non-member rate. ISPD plans to apply for Continuing Education credit from the relevant credentialing organizations in medicine and clinical genetics.

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Preconference Courses, Conference Sessions and Debates Held in Recent Years

Preconference Courses and Workshops Held in Recent Years

2019 | Singapore (September)
  • Basic Obstetric Ultrasound and Hands-on Workshop
  • Imaging in Pregnancy
  • Intrauterine Fetal Surgery with Hands-on Workshop
  • NIP-everything
  • Prenatal to Postnatal Renal and Genitourinary Anomalies – genetics, management and outcomes
  • Primer on Genetic Screening and Testing in Obstetric Care
2018 | Antwerp, Belgium
  • Congenital CMV: Current burden and controversies
  • Extending Prenatal Diagnosis of Monogenic Disorders: What we can do, what we will be able to do, dealing with the counseling challenges for implementation
  • Fetal Heart: Outflow tract anomalies
  • Fetal Therapy Interventions: Current status
  • Genomic Technologies 101 for Non-geneticists
  • International Context-Sensitive Practice in Prenatal Counseling and Clinical Practice
  • Navigating cfDNA Test Options: Technical, biological and quality aspects of different cfDNA testing technologies
  • Ultrasound and Genetic Syndromes
2017 | San Diego, California, USA
  • Ethical challenges in prenatal genetic counseling: A case-based approach
  • Extending the prenatal diagnosis of monogenic disorders — what we can do, what we will be able to do, dealing with the counseling challenges and developing guidelines for implementation
  • Fetal therapy update
  • Genomic technologies 101 for non-geneticists
  • Ultrasound to enhance genetic diagnoses

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