We are in the final week of Regular Abstract submission and the Congress Planning Committee is gearing up to finalize the scientific program with your submissions. As we enter the final months of planning for MSVirtual2020, we look forward to providing an engaging and dynamic program with your participation. Here’s how you can take part in MSVirtual2020 now:
Register and plan to participate live. Add to your learning experience by engaging with your colleagues through different channels of interaction, whether through live Q&A with presenters or chat rooms focused on topics of interest.
Submit your questions for the Meet the Experts sessions. Drive the discussion by submitting your questions by Monday, August 3, 2020.
Share your participation and excitement on social media with #MSVIRTUAL2020.
Program announced for MSVirtual2020
Posted: June 10, 2020
Join scientists, clinicians, and health care professionals from around the world for MSVirtual2020 to explore innovative and cutting-edge research in the field of MS. The virtual Joint ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS Meeting, to be held September 11-13, 2020, will provide an engaging lineup of scheduled and on-demand scientific content, along with encore Late-Breaking News and COVID-19 Session on September 26, 2020.
We have planned an exciting meeting and look forward to your participation – please see the Program at a Glance for the full schedule. More details provided below:
Scientific Program: Over Friday, September 11, through Sunday, September 13, we will host scheduled educational sessions, including track-specific Parallel Sessions; Hot Topics; Free Communications; Young Investigators and Nurse’s Sessions.
Encore Sessions: On Saturday, September 26, we will host Late-Breaking News and a special session featuring presentations on COVID-19.
On-Demand Sessions: Teaching Courses, Meet the Experts and Burning Debates will be made available on demand at 9:00 ET on Friday, September 11.
E-Posters: Poster Presentations will be made available at 9:00 ET on Friday, September 11. Late-Breaking Poster Presentations will be made available at 9:00 ET on Friday, September 25.
Registration: MSVirtual2020 Registration will open on Tuesday, June 30. If you have already registered for MSWashingtonDC2020, you will automatically be transferred to MSVirtual2020 and receive a reimbursement based on the lower registration fee. Anyone wishing to cancel their registration and receive a full refund should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to welcoming you virtually in September!
MSWashingtonDC2020 goes virtual
Posted: May 19, 2020
Given the worldwide impact of COVID-19 and with the health and safety of our attendees in mind, the ACTRIMS Executive Committee and the Congress Planning Committee have decided to cancel the in-person attendance and activities of MSWashingtonDC2020 in Washington, DC and bring the meeting to you in a virtual format – MSVirtual2020. We remain committed to presenting a comprehensive educational program and cutting-edge science, even if a face-to-face meeting is not possible.
MSVirtual2020 will include plenary sessions, invited speakers and platform presentations of abstracts, poster presentations, teaching courses, and industry supported satellite symposia, both scheduled and on-demand, with a virtual exhibition and networking opportunities integrated throughout.
The transition to a virtual format is a work in progress, and we recognize that you may have questions regarding your participation. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for more information on format, timeline, registration, and other details, which will be updated regularly as plans evolve.
If you have already registered for MSWashingtonDC2020, you will automatically be transferred to MSVirtual2020 and receive a reimbursement based on the lower registration fee. Anyone wishing to cancel their registration and receive a full refund should contact email@example.com.
MS research and education are more important now than ever. While we are all more familiar with in-person meetings to learn and network with our colleagues, we plan to provide an engaging and dynamic virtual program that showcases the latest MS research, provides varied learning opportunities, and allows for interaction with presenters and between participants over a similar timeframe in September.
Thank you for your continued participation and understanding as we navigate this rapidly changing situation together.
Please stay safe and healthy.
Jeffrey A. Cohen, MD
For more information on the program, support opportunities or any general questions, please contact: