The United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation’s annual symposium continues to attract clinical and basic science researchers from all over the world sharing an interest in mitochondria. Participants come from many fields, including biochemistry, genetics, neurosciences, cardiology, cancer, diabetes, nephrology, hematology, pediatrics and aging research. The symposium encourages the exchange of information and cultivates networking among physicians, researchers, patients and families.
Why Exhibit at UMDF Symposia?
Since 1996, The United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation has gathered together the best minds in mitochondrial medicine and research at our annual symposium. It is at these internationally recognized meetings that the latest information in the field of mitochondrial medicine, potential treatments and therapies, and cutting edge research is presented.
The UMDF Symposium is also recognized as ‘the meeting’ for affected individuals and their families. They are able to have questions answered, learn advances in the treatment of their illness, and are offered hope for a cure.
Exhibitors at Mitochondrial Medicine 2017: Washington DC are provided with the ability to market to leading medical experts in the field of mitochondrial medicine. They are also afforded the opportunity to tap into a unique market of patients and their families who rely on products and services designed to enhance their lives.
Since 2007, more than 2,750 scientists and medical experts from various fields (research, clinical, neurology, gerontology, etc.) have attended the UMDF’s Mitochondrial Medicine Symposium. While most of the professional attendees are from the United States, the UMDF meetings have attracted professionals from all over the world including China, India, Japan, Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
Nearly 2,150 registrants have participated in our family sessions over the past six years. They come from all over the globe to hear the latest information presented and learn about living with mitochondrial disease.
On average, each symposium registers nearly 600 scientific, medical and family participants, with more than 100,000 impressions through print and e-marketing.
Very simply, this is “the meeting” at which you will want your message heard and delivered.