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The Huntington Study Group is a world leader in facilitating high-quality clinical research trials and studies in Huntington disease (HD). We have the first and largest HD clinical research network of over 600 active and compassionate investigators, coordinators, scientists and HD experts at more than 120 HSG Credentialed Research Sites across the globe dedicated to seeking treatments that make a difference and improving the quality of life and outcomes for families affected by HD.

 

Call for Abstracts!

HSG is now accepting research abstract submissions for our annual meeting November 7-9, 2019. HSG 2019: navigating HD will be held in Sacramento, California. Eligible abstracts may include data that have been presented previously, but please ensure they will still be of public, as well as scientific, interest. Authors will be asked to disclose relationships with funding sources and manufacturers of commercial products discussed in the presentation. All accepted abstracts will be presented at the HSG 2019: Navigating HD poster sessions and in a printed program that will be provided to all attendees. Additionally, accepted abstracts will be published in the journal Neurotherapeutics. The primary presenting author will receive airfare, hotel and a nominal stipend at to attend HSG 2019. The deadline to submit your abstract is June 30, 2019.   Learn More

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Huntington Study Group Announces Initiation of Phase III Clinical Study of Valbenazine for the Treatment of Chorea Associated with Huntington Disease

For Immediate Release: November 14, 2019 The Huntington Study Group (HSG), a world leader in spearheading research and conducting clinical...

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“HSG means we can amplify our individual efforts by working together to be strategic, to progress HD clinical research as rapidly as possible.”

– JULIE C. STOUT PhD, Professor
School of Psychological Sciences Faculty of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences, Monash University

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