We offer workshops and e-conferences to the public to help increase awareness about Misophonia.
Scheduled Quarterly Misophonia Research E-Conference:
Exploring the Genetics of Misophonia Using the 23 and Me Findings
Friday, June 26, 2020
12-1pm EST (9-10am PST)
Please join us for our 1 hour Zoom e-conference about the 23 and Me data pointing to a clue about the possible genetics underlying Misophonia. Dr. Doug Williamson is a Duke psychiatric geneticist collaborating with Dr. Zach Rosenthal and the Duke CMER to explore the genetic underpinnings of Misophonia. He will share insights and answer questions about the 23 and Me findings pointing to the possible role of Teneurin Transmembrane Protein 2 (TENM2) in Misophonia. Dr. Jennifer Brout, the Director of the International Misophonia Research Network (IMRN) will also be available to answer questions.
To register for this upcoming research e-conference or future ones, please do so through Dr. Brout's Misophonia Education site.
If you have any questions regarding workshops/e-conferences scheduled or have suggestions about topics for future ones, you may email us.
Future Misophonia Research E-Conference Date(s):