Mitochondrial Medicine 2019: Washington DC
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Road, Alexandria, Virginia, 22311
Scientific Program: June 26-29, 2019
Day on the Hill: June 27, 2019
Family and LHON Programs: June 28-29, 2019
The United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation Symposium has been recognized by many researchers, scientists, and families as THE symposium for mitochondrial disease in the world. 10 years ago, the UMDF had only a handful of exhibitors and less than 200 scientific attendees. We now have more exhibitors than space at times and close to 600 attendees…representing almost every state in the United States and more than 15 different countries from around the world.
Conveniently located near Washington, DC and Reagan International Airport, the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center sits on a serene lakeside, blissfully adjacent to 43 acres of botanical preserve. Our 55,000 sq. ft. meeting space is perfect for your event. Savor the delectable cuisine at our award-winning restaurant, Finn & Porter and tantalize your taste buds with its innovative cocktails and select wines. Allow yourself to unwind while enjoying world-class amenities available and waiting just for you in our elegant guest rooms and suites!
There is a complimentary airport shuttle and special parking rate for UMDF attendees. We, at Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, strive to provide you with an experience soothing to both the physical and mental being. There is no need to neglect your usual healthy lifestyle because we provide you with a state-of-the-art 24-hour fitness center. Take advantage of our multi-purpose indoor and outdoor pool. UMDF guest will also be provided complimentary internet during their stay!
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.