• Complimentary Webinar:

    Agenesis of the corpus callosum, 15 December 2021

    SEE DETAILS

  • Abstract Submission is Open

    for the 26th International Conference. Participate virtually or in person in Montréal, Canada!

    SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT

  • Virtual Prenatal Diagnosis Course with Peruvian Society (SPUOG)

    Saturday, 11 December 2021
    See the preliminary Schedule

    Visit the SPUOG Website and watch for more details!

  • Stay Connected

    with experts and peers in the prenatal diagnosis community.

    RENEW OR JOIN FOR 2022.

  • Early Career Membership is Free

    and gives you unrivaled access to leaders in the field, as well as Early Career Resources

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Present virtually or in person in Montréal, Canada, in June!
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Members receive online access to ISPD's official journal, Prenatal Diagnosis.  See Details
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Global Updates eNewsletter

The electronic ISPD newsletter, Global Updates, features the latest developments in the field, Special Interest Group news, ISPD headlines and more! The newsletter is currently complimentary for prenatal diagnosis and therapy professionals. Learn More
 

Support Partners



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ISPD Support Partners help to make possible our conference and other educational initiatives. Partners receive exhibit space, advertising discounts, and more!

Download the 2021 prospectus for details on Partner packages and Corporate Membership.

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ISPD joins other professional societies and healthcare organizations in condemning prejudice, discrimination, and racial injustice. We are committed to promoting diversity among our members consistent with our vision that evidence-based practice and culturally sensitive preconception and prenatal screening, diagnostics, and therapy are available to all families.