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15th Annual HCOP Winter Conference
January 28 - January 29
January 28 – 29, 2022
The HCOP Winter Conference brings together the West Coast’s leading headache experts. This two-day, educational and informative event, will provide you with the necessary tools and best practices to better diagnose and treat headache patients.
The 15th Annual HCOP Winter Conference boasts a truly impressive lineup and includes distinguished thought-leaders such as our keynote speaker, Elizabeth Leroux, MD, vice-president of the Canadian Headache Society, the founder of the Migraine Quebec website and association, and an advocate for headache patients. Also speaking this year is Susan Hutchinson, MD, HCOP Immediate Past President and founder of Orange County Migraine & Headache Center; Christoph Schankin, MD of Bern University Hospital; Sini Nwaobi MD, PhD and Josh Camins MD, PhD, both from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Donald Nixdorf, DMD, DDS, of the University of Minnesota School of Medicine; Amy Gelfand, MD, Director of Pediatric Headache at UCSF; Arne May, MD, Professor of Neurology in the Department of Systems Neuroscience at the University of Hamburg; and Stewart J. Tepper, M.D., Professor of Neurology at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth University.
Call for Abstracts
Again this year, HCOP is accepting abstract submissions.
- Submission Deadline: 11:59PM PT, Sunday, October 31, 2021
- Review Period: November 1 – 14, 2021
- Notifications: On or before November 30 2021
PLEASE NOTE, you will NOT be able to save your submission for editing at a later time, so we have listed below what information we will be collecting so you can complete your submission in its entirety.
Please be prepared to submit/upload/provide the following information:
- AUTHOR INFORMATION: Full name with credentials (MD, PhD, DO, etc.), affiliation, and email address. Note: If you have more than 5, please put them on a sheet and PDF the file, and upload the document.
- ABSTRACT INFO
- Abstract Title (30 word limit)
- Abstract (500 word max TOTAL)
Please combine abstracts with similar info into one submission. Submissions that belong in one submission and are separated into multiple submissions will not be reviewed.