Frequently Asked Questions

ATMRD offers breakout sessions to include a variety of hands-on experiences. No additional registration is necessary.

Movement Disorder Fellows or Residents, Advanced Practice Providers, and General Neurologists can apply for scholarships here.

There are a limited number of scholarships available for fellows, APPs, and residents. If you have questions, email [email protected].

Scholarships are available to any APP, MDS Fellow or Resident, or General Neurologist who wants to apply and are not based on financial need.

Included: Four nights at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, DC June 21-24. 

Included: Conference registration + breakfast, lunch, and snacks each day. 

Included: Fellows & Residents – Transportation (airfare or train), up to $500 for economy travel, reimbursed after attending. 

Not Included: Additional nights (see below). 

Not Included: Hotel transportation, extra guests, elective room charges. 

Scholarships are available to any APP, MDS Fellow or Resident, or General Neurologist who wants to apply and are not based on financial need.

NO. The ATMRD Congress will not be held at the same venue as last year. ATMRD 2024 will still be held in Washington, DC at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. 

The nightly rate is $349.00, plus taxes and fees, and is available June 4 – June 13, 2023 

When booking, attendees must use this link to register. Availability is limited and rate is subject to availability.  

Dates booked outside of the above will be subject to hotel’s availability and rate. 

The maximum number of people per guest room is four (4). Two adults and two children. 

A maximum of two (2) children under the age of eighteen (18) per room are complimentary. 

Additional adults, over the age of eighteen (18), are $50.00 per night per additional person. 

Rollaway beds are only available in King rooms and incur a fee of $50.00 per night. 

Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior. Failure to do so will result in additional charges. 

Overnight parking is $71.00 per night. 

Total available credit/contact hours will be determined in conjunction with our partner organization, the PIM. We project up to 17 credit/contact hours to be available, including the pre-conference.

Credit/contact hours can be claimed through our partner organization, Postgraduate Institute for Medicine. At the conclusion of the ATMRD Congress, you will be provided a link to cmeuniversity.com to complete an evaluation, claim your credits/contact hours, and print certificates. 

We do not offer a virtual/streaming option for the ATMRD Congress. The ATMRD course directors, Dr. Pagan and Dr. Torres-Yaghi, prioritize gathering in-person and believe people engage better with the material and with each other when present. The focus is on learning through discussion, questioning, and hands-on experience – a format difficult to replicate via streamed courses.  

Please check out our catalog of virtual CME courses, including an ATMRD preview course, at https://education.pmdalliance.org/. 

We will be following local requirements that are in place at the time of the Congress. 

“I’ve tried for 10 years getting this congress up and going. It wasn’t until we partnered with PMD Alliance that my dream became a reality. At Georgetown MedStar we bring the intellectual, but that patient care and empathy is the special sauce that comes from PMD Alliance, and what makes this congress so special.” Dr. Fernando Pagan, ATMRD Course Director and Professor & Vice Chairman, Department of Neurology at Georgetown University Medical Center. 

The partnership between PMD Alliance and Georgetown University ensures that learning is informed by the most prevalent needs and concerns of movement disorder patients. 

The core purpose of ATMRD is to marry education in research with current therapies. Be prepared to explore in-depth, science-based research focused on efficacy in advancing patients and clinical practice case studies to add value and deepen the discussion.  

A robust conversation among colleagues and healthcare providers, this congress is all about enhancing clinical practices for patients, their support network, and you as a clinician. 

YES. Last year’s professional headshot booth was a huge success, and we’ll be bringing it back in 2024.