Join family, friends and your HFA community.

100% online and free to attend.

Mark your calendar

October 18 – 28

10

Days of programming

32

Hours of sessions

1,920

Minutes of virtual learning

Meet our Keynote Speakers


Unburying My Father

October 19 at 5:00 pm

Let’s Keep Talking to Each Other

October 25 at 5:00 pm

Something for Everyone!

After the challenges of 2020, we will address the current issues facing parents, adult men and women, young adults and kids in our bleeding disorders community.

Frequently Asked Questions


How much does it cost to register?

Nothing! Symposium 2021 is a free event though registration is required. There are no costs or fees associated with your participation; we’re just happy to have you join us for 10 days of programming.


Do I need to attend all of the sessions?

No; registering for Symposium will provide you with access to 10-days’ worth of programming, but you can choose to attend any sessions that interest you. Almost all sessions will be recorded and available on this website within a few days of the initial session date so that you can watch at your leisure.

Do I need special technology or mobile apps to attend?

All of our sessions will be hosted on Zoom Webinar, making it really easy for you to access. With just the click of a button off of our agenda page, you’ll be able to enter the session. We recommend you download Zoom onto your computer/phone for a more seamless experience.

When will Symposium be back in person?

Shine those boots and saddle up; we’re heading to San Antonio for what is shaping up to be our biggest and best Symposium yet. Mark your calendars April 20-23, 2022, and plan to join us deep in the heart of Texas for our first in-person Symposium since 2019. We’ve missed seeing you all so very much and hope you’re as excited as we are to meet up in-person.

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Thank you to our Sponsors

biomarin
genentech
Novo Nordisk
pfizer
Sanofi genezyme
Takeda
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