Featuring Dr. Emmanuel Mignot (Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Director of the Center for Narcolepsy at Stanford Medical Center). Dr. Isabel Arnulf (Hospital Pitié-Salpétrière in Paris, France) has also been invited to speak.

The KLS Foundation is pleased to invite anyone impacted by or interested in learning more about Kleine Levin Syndrome (KLS) to attend the KLS Foundation’s First International Conference for KLS in San Francisco, CA, USA on August 12-14, 2011. The program is designed for medical professionals, people with KLS, their families and friends and will include an update on KLS research, discussions on dealing with KLS from various perspectives and the opportunity meet other families living with KLS. We hope that this meeting will bring together people living with KLS to be able to share their experiences.

The conference is scheduled to begin with a welcome and reception on Friday night. The researchers’ presentations are scheduled to begin on Saturday morning. Additional presentations and panel discussions regarding living with KLS, including discussions on medications, the school and health care systems, employment rights, fundraising and how to get involved with the Foundation will be held starting Saturday afternoon through mid-day on Sunday. The Conference facilities will be available for further networking until Sunday evening.

Logistical information and Registration

Please follow the link below to fill out the registration form. There is no charge to attend the conference but registration and tickets will be required to attend. After you register, you will be contacted by the Foundation to confirm we have the correct contact information, after which we will provide further information as well as tickets to the conference.

Additional details concerning the conference, including guidance for reserving air travel, hotel accommodations and information on international travel requirements are located on the registration page.


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