Become a member
Please register your personal details to activate your membership to the International Cerebral Palsy Genomics Consortium. Membership is free.
ICPGC Working Group Activities
Phenotype Working Group
Develop methods to describe the clinical phenotype of individuals with CP for use in genomic medicine.
Bioinformatics Working Group
Develop statistical models, pipeline standards, and bioinformatics tools to help the consortium achieve its goals.
CP Commons Working Group
Assist with the direction and development of the CP Commons data management platform
ClinGen GECP Working Group
Join the CP ClinGen GCEP group to reproducible classify CP genes based on the strength of the evidence.
2022 Virtual Meeting
There is a pre-conference workshop dedicated to International Genomics at the Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine and the International Alliance of Academies on Childhood Disabilities. This virtual meeting will be held on Tuesday 1 March, 2022 (AEDT Time: 8:00am – 12:30pm), with many speakers from the ICPGC.
For more information and registration details, please visit: https://bettertogether2022.org/
The next ICPGC meeting will be held in Anaheim, California, USA on the 17th-18th September 2019, hosted by The American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine.
For more information and registration details, please visit: https://www.aacpdm.org/meetings/2019/attendee/registration
The next ICPGC meeting will be held in the Henan Province, China in April 2018, hosted by The Third Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University and Fudan University.
For more information and registration details, please visit: https://icpgc2018.medmeeting.org/en
The inaugural ICPGC meeting was held at Umbrae House in Adelaide, South Australia in March 2017. The meeting was hosted by the Australian Collaborative Cerebral Palsy Research Group, under the leadership of Emeritus Professor Alastair MacLennan and Jozef Gecz. The meeting was sponsored by the Cerebral Palsy Alliance and brought together researchers from all over Australia, China, Canada, Sweden, Turkey, Spain and the United States of America to establish a collaborative research network and discuss the development on an online database dedicated to CP genomics.