Virtual 2021

The 32nd International Symposium on ALS/MND will be held virtually on 7-10 December 2021.

Recognising that multiple time zones will be involved, the virtual meeting will be delivered over four shortened days with sessions scheduled from approx. 14:00-18:00 GMT, with additional material available before and after the live event.


To showcase, discuss and share the latest information on ALS/MND from around the world, the virtual event will feature platform presentations from invited plenary speakers and oral presenters focusing on basic science, clinical research and disease management, as well as updates on clinical trials.

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As well as the scheduled Live Poster Sessions for poster presenters to network and discuss their research live with small groups of delegates, there will be an ePoster Hall available throughout the meeting to preview hundreds of ePosters. Here, delegates can watch ‘lightning explainer’ videos of each ePoster, view poster PDF handouts, read author bios and abstracts of each poster, and connect with the authors.

Find out more about ePoster presentations


There will be plenty of opportunities to catch-up with colleagues, network with fellow delegates and members from industry in our virtual meeting. You will be able to do this through participation in live Q&As and discussions, networking functions, live poster sessions, and connecting with others in the Meeting Hub to live chat, call, or schedule meetings.


Browse and access various resources from our sponsors and exhibitors throughout the event in the virtual Exhibition Hall, with the opportunity to network with them in real time or by scheduling meetings in the virtual platform.

Find out more about our sponsorship opportunities


Whilst the main Symposium runs over four days, there are several satellite meetings in the days building up to the Symposium as well as during the meeting. All delegates will have access to an industry sponsored event before the Symposium on Monday 6 December 2021.

Find out more about satellite meetings