Additional Info

  • Advisory Council Member:

    Prof Layachi Chabraoui
    E: Send email

  • National Societies:

    Moroccan Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism (MSSIEM)

    Society Website
    Under construction

    Annual Meeting
    There are no details.


    Committee Members

    Prof Layachi Chabraoui
    Send email

    Amina Barkat

    Habiba Talbaoui

  • About the Society:
    The Moroccan Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism (MSSIEM) has set the following objectives and goals:
    1. To create a group of Pediatricians, Biologists Clinicians and Physicians, Pharmacist or Scientist working in the field of inherited metabolic diseases (MHM).
    2. To organize scientific meetings in the field of MHM
    3. To promote research in this area and facilitate the exchange of specific scientific documentation and information
    4. To save the professional interests of its members
    5. To establish guidelines for the training of specialists in the context of MHM
    6. To work for the creation of clinical and biological reference centers specialized in the study of MHM across the country.
    7. To establish a national register of MHM
    8. To create a website dedicated to the science of training and information for professionals in the field of MHM
    9. Edit a magazine or a newsletter.
    10. To help the patients associations


Membership of the Society is open to all interested in and willing to support the aims of the Society.

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SSIEM Administrator

Society for the Study of Inborn
Errors of Metabolism (SSIEM)
PO Box 3375,
South Croydon, CR2 1PN 
United Kingdom

Registered Office: 
The Society for Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism,
C/O Stone King LLP,
Boundary House,
91 Charterhouse Street,
London, United Kingdom, EC1M 6HR

Registered Charity No.1010639
Registered Company No.2567711
Website & Contents © SSIEM 2005-2020


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