30. WORKING DAYS INHERITED METABOLIC DISEASES

  • 20. May - 22. May 2015
  • Hotel Vista, Moravia
  • Professional Congress Organiser - PCO
  • Participants: 120

In the period between the 20th – 22nd of May, 2015 C-IN secured the 30. Working Days Inherited Metabolic Diseases for the 5th time in a row, this time in hotel Vista, Dolni Morava. This meeting is iniciated by Palacký University Olomouc and Faculty Hospital Olomouc.

For this occasion, Czech and Slovak colleagues amongst which are geneticists, biochemists, analysts and scientists who are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with inherited metabolic disorders traditionally meet. However, some interesting experts outside the field, such as Dr. David J. Begley (King´s College London, UK) and Prof. Dr. Daniel Hannelore (Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany) were invited this year to extend the traditional topics.

A professional program was supplemented by informal networking consisting of traditional czech and slovak dishes and entertainment.

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