Schedule At A Glance

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THURSDAY MAY 21

Morning

0900-1230
Clinical application of –omics technologies in the newborn setting | Includes Lunch | Sponsored by PerkinElmer

 

1030-1230
Nutrition Therapy For Inborn Errors of Metabolism | Sponsored by Cambrooke Therapeutics | (also accessible via webinar)

Afternoon

1200-1400

Advisory Board Meeting (Invitation Only) | Includes Lunch | Sponsored by Medunik

 

1400-1530
Canadian Inherited Metabolic Diseases Research Network (CIMDRN) Meeting (Invitation Only)

 

1500-1600
CPT1aP479L mutation in First Nations and Inuit Populations: Is current practice appropriate given current knowledge?

 

1600-1815
Progress and Challenges in Recognizing Inborn Errors of Metabolism Presenting with Neuropsychiatric Symptoms | Sponsored by Actelion

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Social Program

1830-2100

Welcome Reception at Four Sesasons Rooftop Patio | Sponsored by Actelion

FRIDAY MAY 22

Breakfast

0700-0815

Hypophosphatasia: The Significance and the Consequences of Low Alkaline Phosphatase | Sponsored by Alexion

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Morning

0830-0945

Neuro-Metabolic Movement Disorders

  • Movement Disorders in Neurometabolic Diseases, Birgit Assmann, Germany
  • Neuro-Metabolic Movement Disorders, Nenad Blau, Germany

0945-1030 – Platform presentations selected from submitted abstracts

1100-1130
Adult Metabolic Diseases & Transitions

  • Adult Metabolic Diseases & Transitions, Sandra Sirrs, Canada

1130-1230 – Platform presentations selected from submitted abstracts

Lunch

1230-1330

Emerging Issues in the Management of Morquio A | Sponsored by BioMarin

Afternoon

1345-1400

A personal introduction to Rabenoysn-5 deficiency

 

1400-1430

New Discoveries/New Approaches

  • Metabolic Medicine in Motion, Silvia Corvera, USA
  • Endosomal Trafficking & Recycling in Health and Genetic Disease, Elizabeth Conibear, Canada

1445-1545 – Platform presentations selected from submitted abstracts

1600-1700

Poster Walk and Presentations

Social Program

1730
FlyOver Canada

 

1830-2300
Garrod Symposium Annual Dinner & Entertainment at the Vancouver Aquarium

SATURDAY MAY 23

Morning

0900-1000

Collaborative Discovery, Emerging Therapies, More Evidence (Part I)

  • Understanding Rare Disease Pathogenesis: A Grand Challenge for Model Organisms, Philip Hieter, Canada
  • Novel Therapeutic Approaches for Rare Genetic Disease; After the Deluge, Alex MacKenzie, Canada

1000-1030 – Platform presentations selected from submitted abstracts

1100-1130
Collaborative Discovery, Emerging Therapies, More Evidence (Part II)

  • Discovery in IEMs: Translation into Clinical Care, Marc Patterson, USA

1130-1215 – Platform presentations selected from submitted abstracts

Lunch

1230-1345
The Canadian Orphan Drug “Framework” in Context. Implications for Patients, Practice, and Society | Sponsored by Shire Canada

Afternoon

1400-1600
Garrod Association Membership Meeting

 

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