SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY
OF INBORN ERRORS OF METABOLISM

South America

Additional Info

  • Advisory Council Member:

    Prof Luis Barrera
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  • National Societies:

    Latin American Society for Inborn Errors and Neonatal Screening
    Sociedad Latinoamericana de Errores Innatos y Pesquisa Neonatal: SLEIMPN

    Society Website

    http://www.sleimpn.org

    Annual Meeting
    There are no details.

     

    Committee Members

    Chairman
    Cecilia Bonilla (Peru)
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    Secretary
    Maria Machado (Uruguay)

    Treasurer
    Aída Lemes (Uruguay)

  • About the Society:

    The general objective of the society is to foster science and clinical work in the field of inborn errors of metabolism in childhood and support institutions involved.

    Therefore it aims to:

    • gather people interested in the field inborn errors of metabolism and neonatal screening in order to improve the knowledge and interest in this topic
    • promote collaborative studies and scientific links between public and private institutions committed to this medical field and promote regular meetings
    • courses in IEM and stimulate the creation of reference centers for neonatal screening and diagnosis of inherited metabolic disorders
    • advertise the new diagnostic and scientific advances in inborn errors

Membership

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

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Errors of Metabolism (SSIEM)
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