Conferences

Global co-organizes presentations at Conferences across the world focused on sharing information with our Down syndrome community. Details below:

Linda Crnic Annual Down Syndrome Symposium

Global’s Research & Medical Care Roundtable at National Down Syndrome Congress Annual Convention

Global’s Research & Medical Care Roundtable at Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action Conference

Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action Annual Leadership Conference

National Down Syndrome Congress Annual Convention

Trisomy 21 Research Society Conference

Educational Series

International Mosaic Down Syndrome Association Research and Retreat Weekend


COMING UP:
Linda Crnic Annual Down Syndrome Symposiums – WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

Read Global’s Recap of the 2018 Symposium here.

Beginning in 2013, The Linda Crnic Annual Down Syndrome Symposiums feature leading researchers and clinicians in a series of academic presentations of aimed at educating medical students and professionals about the latest research and best practices surrounding Down syndrome. Lectures are held at University of Colorado School of Medicine Anschutz Medical Campus, which also houses the Crnic Institute.


Read more about the 2017 Linda Crnic Annual Down Syndrome Symposium.
Read more about the 2015 Linda Crnic Annual Down Syndrome Symposium.
Read more about the 2014 Linda Crnic Annual Down Syndrome Symposium.
Read more about the 2013 Linda Crnic Annual Down Syndrome Symposium.



PAST, STAY TUNED FOR NEXT YEAR’S DATES:
Global’s Research & Medical Care Roundtable at National Down Syndrome Congress Annual Convention

View presentations and photos from the Roundtable
Co-organized with the National Down Syndrome congress (NDSC) Annual Convention, Global’s annual roundtable features distinguishes scientists and clinicians who discuss cutting-edge Down syndrome research and best practices in medical care.

Read more about the 2019 Roundtable.

Read more about the 2018 Roundtable.
Read more about the 2016 Roundtable.
Read more about the 2015 Roundtable.
Read more about the 2013 Roundtable.


Trisomy 21 Research Society Conference

Read more about Global’s Advocacy Workshop for Families at the 2019 conference in Barcelona, Spain

Trisomy 21 Research Society (T21RS) is the first non-profit scientific organization of researchers studying Down syndrome, founded to promote basic and translational research on Down syndrome and to apply new scientific knowledge to develop improved treatments and cures.


Global Down Syndrome Foundation Research & Medical Care Roundtable at the Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action

Co-organized with the Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action, the Global Roundtable is a free benefit to registrants of the DSAIA Annual Leadership Conference and features renowned scientist and medical professionals.

Read more about the 2018 Roundtable at DSAIA.


Global Down Syndrome Educational Series

The Global Down Syndrome Educational Series was launched in 2006 and brings nationally and internationally renowned Down syndrome experts to Colorado for two full days of lectures. The first day is designed for professionals who impact the lives of individuals who have Down syndrome, and the second is for parents and caregivers. Topics focus on accurate and updated medical, educational, and therapeutic best practices.

Read more about the Fall 2015 Global Down Syndrome Educational Series
Read more about past topics and speakers for the Global Down Syndrome Educational Series


Keystone Symposia Conference on Down Syndrome Research

For the first time in its 44-year history the Keystone Symposia is holding a national conference on Down syndrome, “Biology of Down Syndrome: Impacts Across the Biomedical Spectrum.” The conference will cover all aspects of Down syndrome research from genetics and cell biology as well as provide a forum to promote translation of research toward therapy. Session topics include: DS at the Cellular Level, Gene Regulation in DS, Genetics and Epidemiology of DS, Dysregulation of Cellular Pathways in DS, Cognition and Alzheimer’s Disease in DS, and Therapy – Present and Future.

Read more about the 2016 Keystone Symposia Conference on Down Syndrome Research