CCMG Conferences

43rd Annual Scientific Meeting in Niagara Falls, ON - June 22-26, 2019 - Sheraton on the Falls (Joint with the CAP-ACP)

44th Annual Scientific Meeting in Winnipeg, MB - June 16-20, 2020 - The Fairmont Winnipeg (exam year)

45th Annual Scientific Meeting in St. John’s, NL - June 12-16, 2021 - Delta St John's Hotel and Conference Centre

The 27th Annual Symposium
New Developments in Prenatal Diagnosis and Medical Genetics
Wednesday May 15, 2019
Sadowski Auditorium, Mount Sinai Hospital
600 University Ave.
Course Director: Dr. David Chitayat

To view program details, click here
If you wish to register for the program, click here

What course participants said about the 2018 Symposium:

  • "Excellent and relevant topics / fantastic speakers. Best symposium yet!!"
  • "Excellent discussion between presenters & audience"
  • "The content was interesting and clinically relevant"
  • "Very engaged speakers with ample time and willingness for questions and discussion"
  • "Excellent series of speakers and relevant and timely topics"

Plan to join us in Toronto for the 27th Annual Symposium New Developments in Prenatal Diagnosis & Medical Genetics

Washington State Convention Center | Seattle April 2-6 | Exhibit Dates: April 3-5 April 6 | ACMG/SIMD Joint Session

Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting

The Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting is hosted by The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG). The meeting offers the opportunity for the medical genetics community to come together and learn the about latest research, therapies and practical implementation. The 2019 ACMG Meeting will feature the ACMG/Society of Inherited Metabolic Disorders (SIMD) Joint Session on Saturday, April 6. The two societies meet together once every four years — so be sure to plan your schedule to stay for this important session developed in collaboration between ACMG and SIMD. We connect a diverse group of over 3000 members of the Medical Genetics community for four days of professional growth, education, networking and collaboration. Come and join them to find out what’s shaping the future of genetics and genomics.