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MTIS 2020 Virtual Symposium
MTIS 2020 Virtual Symposium
3 - 9 October 2020
Migraine Trust Virtual Symposium
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Highlights

Macdonald-Critchley Lecture
Saturday, 03 Oct 2020
The Migraine Trust Lecture
Monday, 05 Oct 2020
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Learn more about our exhibitors
Faraidoon Haghdoost
MD, PhD student
George Institute for Global Health, University of New South Wales (UNSW)
Patricia Pozo-Rosich
Director of the Migraine Adaptive Brain Center
Vall d’Hebron University Hospital
Jessica Ailani
Director, Headache Center
Medstar Georgetown University Hospital
Roberta Messina
MD
IRCCS Sas Raffaele Scientific Institute
Michel Ferrari
Professor
Leiden University Medical Center
Marta Vila-Pueyo
Postdoctoral Researcher
King’s College London
Paula Sureda Gibert
PhD Candidate
King's College London
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Exhibitors

Symposium Spotlight

Watch again: If you missed it, the Teva-sponsored symposium: Advances in Migraine Prevention: What’s New?, chaired by Professor Pozo Rosich, is now available on-demand: https://virtual.mtis2020.org/page/mtvs-2020-on-demand or on the Teva Medical Affairs virtual exhibition page https://virtual.mtis2020.org/exhibitor/teva-medical-affairs         

Watch now: Teva-sponsored expert insights from Professor Peter Goadsby exploring the premonitory symptoms of migraine and Dr Shazia Afridi on managing women with migraine.

 
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