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Much has changed with CMV research, policy, and practice since our last conference in 2014. Come hear the latest!

The goal of the Congenital CMV conference is to present the latest research on diagnosis and treatment, raise awareness, delineate prevention efforts, provide information about early intervention options, and disseminate family support resources in an effort to reduce the number of babies born with CMV and connect families affected by CMV with the resources they need to improve their quality of life.

Harnessing the collective expertise and passion of groups dedicated to advancement in the field of congenital CMV infection, a special community engagement forum will be held on Wednesday, September 28 to accelerate progress toward defining the most effective interventions through research. All attendees of the Congenital CMV conference are encouraged to participate in this inaugural event.

The forum has recently been awarded a grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, which will provide financial support for the meeting and implementation of the action plan generated by participants.

With your help, we can reduce the number of babies born with CMV!

Planning Committee:

Sara Doutré, Karen Fowler, Gail Demmler-Harrison, Casey Judd, Mandy McClellan, Kristen Spytek, Alyson Ward, and Karl White

Advisory Committee:

Suresh Boppana, Sheila Dollard, Paul Griffiths, Albert Park, Stanley Plotkin, Bill Rawlinson, Maria Grazia Revello, Mark Schleiss, Rosemary Thackeray, and Anne Vossen

2016 CMV Conference Partners

UAB Medicine: Knowledge That Will Change Your World National CMV Foundation NCHAM: National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management Texas Children's Hospital Baylor College of Medicine Baylor College of Medicine