5-8 September, London Hilton Metropole, United Kingdom
Registration and Abstract Submission will open in January 2024
We are delighted to invite you to our 20th Migraine Trust International Symposium, taking place in London in 5th to 8th September 2024.
As we approach this significant milestone, we will continue to build on our successes to deliver a unique meeting for the international headache and migraine community. We are planning a modern and dynamic live event that will foster engaging interactions and enriching experiences for all attendees.
Dating back to its inception in 1976, MTIS holds the distinction of being the world’s longest-established headache conference. Our aim has always been to unite clinicians and scientists interested in headache research while maintaining a strong connection with our most valuable stakeholders: headache patients, particularly those affected by migraine, and their carers.
The Migraine Trust International Symposium is an opportunity to showcase groundbreaking discoveries in mechanisms, innovative treatments, and critical insights into the impacts of migraine and other headache disorders, benefitting all attendees. With the allure of London as our backdrop and the unwavering support of a globally-recognised patient-driven organisation – The Migraine Trust – our meetings have consistently drawn a diverse and international audience.
For MTIS 2024, we will provide an outstanding scientific programme, including enriching teaching courses and a platform to present the latest research. As part of our commitment to our patient and advocate community, a public programme on the final afternoon will offer an opportunity to connect and disseminate knowledge to a wider audience, raising awareness and understanding of migraine-related challenges and presenting a synopsis of the Symposium content.
Industry-driven satellites will showcase new and exciting therapies, providing valuable insights into cutting-edge advancements, pioneering therapies, and innovations in the field. These symposia will offer expert content, foster collaboration and inspire progress in migraine research and patient care.
Save the date and register your interest to join us for MTIS2024 for a truly extraordinary and transformative scientific meeting.
Together, let us create a meeting that advances our collective mission of alleviating the burden of migraine and improving the lives of those affected.
We look forward to seeing you in London.
Chair of the Scientific Programme Committee MTIS
CEO, The Migraine Trust