The ABTA National Conference is the only advocacy-led educational meeting designed specifically for patients, survivors and caregivers that brings together the entire brain tumor community.
2022 National Conference Interest
2021 National Conference Program
COURTNEY BURNETT, MD
Courtney Burnett, 30-year-old internal medicine physician, author, speaker and brain tumor survivor, shares her unexpected brain tumor diagnosis of a malignant grade 3 anaplastic astrocytoma.
Hear how her experience reshaped her thinking and approach to life, including how she found and spread joy with a “difficult gift,” a gift that teaches us, motivates us, changes us and inspires us.
2021 Conference Recordings
View presentations, research updates and sessions with brain tumor experts, researchers, patients and caregivers.
2021 Program & Sessions
Review the conference program composed of sessions to inform across all stages of a brain tumor diagnosis.
Frequently Asked Questions
Maximize your conference experience and learn about access to the virtual conference, interactions with speakers and more.
2021 National Conference Co-Chairs
Shawn Hervey-Jumper, MD, FAANS
Director, Glial Tumor Neuroplasticity Research Laboratory
Co-Director of the Sheri Sobrato Brisson Brain Cancer Survivorship Program, University of California San Francisco
Evanthia Galanis, MD
Sandra J. Schulze Professor of Novel Therapeutics
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