Dr Anita Goh made this presentation at the sixth World Congress on Huntington's Disease, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 17, 2013. Dr. Goh is a research fellow and neuropsychologist from The University of Melbourne in Australia. Her research specializations are in the field of Huntington’s disease and other neurocognitive disorders. Anita currently holds roles in large HD studies across the globe, including as the principal site investigator of Predict-HD, Reach2HD, and soon also for Enroll-HD. She is highly engaged in collaborative research and has received grant funding from several bodies for her work in HD, focusing on genetic discrimination and the behavioural and psychological symptoms of HD. Dr Goh also holds a clinical position as a neuropsychologist at the Neuropsychiatry Unit, Royal Melbourne Hospital, including working as part of the multidisciplinary team in the world’s first HD clinic, initially started by Emeritus Professor Chiu in 1972 in the Department of Psychiatry, The University of Melbourne. This clinic establishes and nurtures long term relationships with patients and their families, providing the full spectrum of care from predictive counselling, neuropsychological assessment, disease management, and palliative care input.