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Conference Details – Beyond Sleepy in the Mile High City!

Conference Details – Beyond Sleepy in the Mile High City!

Conference rectangle ImageIf you haven’t made your plans yet to attend the Hypersomnia Foundation’s regional conference in Denver—Beyond Sleepy in the Mile High City—you might want to do so today. Tickets are selling fast and seating is limited. The big event is in less than seven weeks! A registration link and additional information are available on the Hypersomnia Foundation website, or you can click on the ticket image below to go straight to the registration site. 

Wondering whether it’s going to be worth the trip to Denver? Well, wonder no longer. Whether you’re flying across country or driving down the mountain, this meeting offers plenty of time to network and socialize in addition to hearing some fantastic speakers. Remember, attending in person is the only way for you to participate in the question-and-answer session with the experts.

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

 Saturday evening, June 11, from 6:00 to 10:00 pm—Join us in the Atrium Alcove on the talkingfourth floor of the Embassy Suites Hotel 1420 Stout Street, Denver, CO. Catch up with old friends and meet new people as we play board and card games or just spend some time in conversation.

Sunday morning, June 12, from 7:30 to 10:30 am—Join us for a hot made-to-order breakfast at the Embassy Suites Hotel and grab a spot at one of the tables we will have reserved. Don’t worry if you’re not up at 7:30; we’ll save you a place to join us later. (Breakfast is free if you are a guest at the Embassy Suites Hotel and $20 if you are not).

Sunday morning from 10:00 am to noon—Join us to pick up your name badge at registration on the third floor in the Crestone foyer at the Embassy Suites Hotel. Didn’t have enough time to socialize on Saturday evening? We will have a designated gathering space available during this time. Be sure to eat before coming to the conference. We will not be serving lunch.

Sunday afternoon from noon to 5 pm—Join us in the Crestone Salon B meeting room on the third floor of the Embassy Suites to hear six scientific presentations covering the latest on hypersomnia research and how to cope with hypersomnia through the use of behavioral sleep medicine, as well as other fabulous topics. Listed below are the speakers and their topics.

 SPEAKERS AND TOPICS

Isabelle Arnulf, MD

Double-blind drug studies in France to treat idiopathic hypersomnia

Richard Bogan, MD

The long and winding road from drug discovery to FDA approval: participating in clinical trials

Michel Lecendreux, MD

What does hypersomnolence look like in children and adolescents?

Jason Ong, PhD

How to live with hypersomnia today: incorporating behavioral sleep medicine in the treatment of central disorders of hypersomnolence

David Rye, MD, PhD

What are the latest developments in research on idiopathic hypersomnia?

Lynn Marie Trotti, MD, MSc

Information is power! Contributing to the Registry of Central Disorders of Hypersomnolence at CoRDS

Q&A

Available only to those who attend the meeting in person. We will not be streaming this portion of the program.

As of today, rooms are still available at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 1420 Stout Street, Denver, CO. Call 303.592.1000 or go on line to www.denverdowntown.embassysuites.com to reserve your room.

Copy the following link onto your browser to see where this fabulous conference will be held http://www.hilton.com/en/hotels/content/DENESES/media/pdf/en_DENESES_denesmeetings.pdf



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