Tourette Syndrome World Congress – London, June 24-26, 2015

March 2, 2015 by  
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The Tourette Syndrome Association (TSA), the European Society for the Study of Tourette Syndrome (ESSTS), Tourettes Action-UK (TA), along with other partners, are proud to present the 1st World Congress on Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders. As we join efforts to identify the cause(s) and work towards the development of improved treatments for Tic Disorders and associated conditions, new frontiers and global collaboration will be established.

The objective of this meeting is to provide a forum for disseminating current advances in all areas of TS within relevant scientific and medical communities. We anticipate that this Congress will also act as a catalyst for the synthesis of new ideas that will ultimately enhance our understanding of the disorder and result in the development of new treatments for TS, Tic Disorders and associated conditions. Cross-disciplinary communication will further promote the Congress’s goal of advancing our knowledge of TS by establishing new global networks for basic and clinical scientists.

The Tourette World Congress program will feature internationally renowned experts and speakers who will present the latest information on all aspects of TS, Tic Disorders and related conditions. Plenary sessions, poster sessions and scheduled discussions on controversial topics on Tic Disorders will be included. Several workshops and training programs will be held during the Congress.


The Tourette World Congress is targeted at scientists, clinicians and other professionals at all levels and who are interested in any area of research and drug development in TS, Tic Disorders and related conditions.

Researchers and care providers from academic, industry, healthcare, non-profit and governmental organizations are invited to participate in the meeting.

Allied health care professionals and those working in the areas of complementary and alternative treatments are welcome to join the Congress.

For more information on the conference and registration, visit the web site.

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