9th I-DSD Symposium 2022

Bern, Switzerland, University Hospital Bern

14-16th July 2022

*Please note – This Symposium is running as a face-to-face event only and will not be presented virtually

9th I-DSD Symposium Programme

Important Dates

Registration Opens17th December 2021
Abstract Submission Opens1st February 2022
Abstract Deadline31st March 2022
Abstract Notification26th April 2022
Early Bird Registration closes6th May 2022
Standard Registration closes5th July 2022

On-line Registration:    idsd2022.eventbrite.co.uk


OptionsEarly Bird
(<6th May)
(>6th May)
Registration fee£120£150
Concessionary fee*£60£85
Conference dinner£50£50
I-DSD training workshop£50£50
*Concessionary rates are available to students, nurses/allied health professionals, advocacy group members, parents, patients, developing countries (All countries below the “high income” category as defined in the World Bank website classifications)

Abstract Submission

Structured abstracts must be submitted online where you will be guided through the process. Adhering to the guidelines is important as all abstracts will be published in a special issue of Sexual Development.

Deadline for submission 31st March 2022.

CME (CPD) – An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event

Bern Information (Hotels and map)

What is the aim of the Symposium?

  • To provide an update on conditions affecting sex development and maturation
  • To facilitate networking of professionals involved in the care of people with conditions affecting sex development and maturation
  • To promote high quality research in the field of sex development and maturation

The symposium is aimed at:

  • Health care staff
  • Clinical and basic scientists
  • Parent & patient support groups

Other Activities

  • I-DSD Training Workshop for investigators
  • Opportunity to present original research
  • Poster and oral communication prizes
  • Symposium Dinner

Visa application letter

Please direct all enquiries to the I-DSD Office, registry@i-dsd.org