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  • Advisory Council Member:

    Dr Bruce Barshop
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  • National Societies:

    Society for Inherited Metabolic Disorders (SIMD)

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    Committee Members

    Dr Georgianne Arnold
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    Dr Bruce Barshop
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    Dr Cary Harding
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  • About the Society:

    The aim of the SIMD is to increase knowledge of and promote research in inborn errors of metabolism (IEMs) in humans, and stimulate interactions between clinicians and investigators in IEMs.

    The Society seeks to foster training and maintenance of a core of qualified investigators and practitioners in the field, and promote public understanding of IEMs. These objectives will be achieved by facilitating communication and interaction among experienced clinicians and investigators, and advocating for patients and research through public policy forums.


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

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