SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY
OF INBORN ERRORS OF METABOLISM

 

Year   

Place

Speaker

Title

2022

Freiburg

Prof Dr B Plecko

On pathways and blind alleys

2021

Virtual meeting  

Prof K Ounap

The identification of new rare metabolic diseases: an example of the tremendous impact on Estonia’s detection rate by new technologies

2020  

Virtual meeting 

Prof E Van Schaftingen   

Elucidating the causes of metabolic disorders: the new veins to explore

2019

Rotterdam

Dr C Vianey-Saban

From fatty acid oxidation to riboflavin Make metabolites great again

2018

Athens

Prof P T Clayton

Restoring missing metabolites: from bile to acid to B6

2016

Rome

Prof M Zeviani

Mitochondrial Disorders, a journey through the magic circle and beyond

2015

Lyon

Prof B T Poll-The

Peroxisomal disorders and more…: Why I have not stopped examining patients

2014

Innsbruck

Prof G Brown

A wide circle around lactic acid

2013

Barcelona

Dr C Dionisi-Vici

The daily challenge of understanding and treating metabolic disorders in children

2012

Birmingham

Prof R J A Wanders

Inborn errors of metabolism including peroxisomal diseases in a changing world of omics and systems biology

2011

Geneva

Dr M T Vanier

Lysosomal neurolipidoses: the enigmas and the challenges

2010

Istanbul

Prof B Wilcken

Newborn Screening: How are we travelling? Where we might get to?

2008

Lisbon

Prof N Gregersen

Mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation defects, remaining challenges

2007

Hamburg

Prof W S Sly

Evolution of therapy for lysosomal diseases

2005

Paris

Prof J Leonard

The treatment of inborn errors of metabolism

2004

Amsterdam

Prof M Gibson

Gamma-hydroxybutyric aciduria: a biochemist’s education from a heritable disorder of GABA metabolism

2002

Dublin

Prof J Jaeken

Congenital disorders of glycosylation: its all in it

2001

Prague

Prof H Galjaard

New names for old disciplines

1999

Genova

Prof J M Saudubray

Genetic hypoglycaemia

1998

York

Prof D Valle

Ornithine metabolism, metabolic network and normal biology

1997

Gothenburg

Prof S J Segal

Galactosaemia today: the enigma and the challenge

1996

Cardiff

Dr A M Spiegel

Inborn errors of signal transduction mutations in G Protein-coupled receptors as a cause of disease

1995

Toledo

Dr G Salem

Abnormal cholesterol biosynthesis in sitosterolaemia and the Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome

1994

Edinburgh

Prof H W Moser

Adrenoleukodystrophy, natural history, treatment and outcome

1993

Manchester

Prof J P Kraus

Molecular basis of phenotype expression in homocystinuria

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