The Moebius Syndrome Foundation holds events throughout the year so that families and individuals living with Moebius can connect. Every day we provide free, online networks for you to easily connect with families and individuals from across the globe. Learn more »
2022 Moebius Syndrome Foundation Conference in Atlanta, Georgia
The Moebius Syndrome Foundation is excited to announce the dates for the next national conference to be held in Atlanta, Georgia. On July 15 – 17, 2022 all members and supporters of the Moebius community are invited to attend a spectacular weekend full of social, educational, and research opportunities. Registration information will be available in January 2022, and we hope you will make plans to join us. We are excited to be together again!
For more information about this conference, please visit our conference page.
2021 Moebius Syndrome Foundation Virtual Events
We are pleased to announce a year of virtual events! Although we are disappointed that the in-person conference previously scheduled for Minneapolis, MN this July had to once again be postponed, we’ve refocused our efforts into making the most out of this unique opportunity we’ve been given. The Moebius Syndrome Foundation will be hosting free educational and social events throughout 2021, beginning in April and ending in December. We invite you to look at our agenda and sign up for the sessions you are interested in.
2020 Moebius Syndrome Foundation Virtual Conference
The Moebius Syndrome Foundation will be hosting a free virtual conference during the week of July 13-17, 2020. This will be an opportunity for the Moebius community to come together and educate, encourage, and connect with one another.
Are you hosting an awareness event in 2020? Please let us know the details and we will post them on our website! Email information and event pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org
Rare Disease Day
Rare Disease Day is the one-of-its-kind international advocacy day to bring widespread recognition of rare diseases as a global health challenge. The day is celebrated on the last day of February every year. Each year, the Moebius Syndrome Foundation partners with the National Organization for Rare Disorders, the U.S. Official Sponsoring Organization. Learn more »