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HELP AND RESEARCH FOR CHILDREN WITH RARE GENETIC DISEASES

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1░ WORKSHOP ON  RING14 SYNDROME 2-3 OCTOBER 2011  Italy (Pollenzo)

1░ WORKSHOP ON RING14 SYNDROME 2-3 OCTOBER 2011 ITALY (POLLENZO)

The main goal of this event was to stimulate further researches on the chromosome 14 syndromes.
A targeted group of international researchers at a very high level took part in the workshop, experts in the cytogenetic, molecular cytogenetic, clinical and particularly in the epilepsy fields, with the scope of generating new ideas and new fruitful approaches.
Those scientists were no experts of the Ring14 syndrome. In fact their task was to discuss and suggest strategies in order to identify chromosom 14 genes that play a dominant role in the manifestation of the syndrome, the function of such genes, the mechanisms of the diseases that might undergo a treatment.

The interviews to the participants can be seen on http://www.youtube.com/user/ring14onlus
The scientific papers can be seen on a password accessible site. Who wants to see the movies of the reporters has to send an e-mail to the following address: presidenza@ring14.it


SCIENTIFIC BOARD

Giovanni Neri
, MD Università Cattolica del S. Cuore, Rome, Italy
Stylianos Antonarakis, MD University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Pietro De Camilli, MD Yale University, New Haven, CT
Emilio Perucca, MD University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy

 
REPORTERS

Leslie Biesecker
(NIH)
Nancy Spinner (Philadelphia)
Maria Paola Canevini (Milan)
Orsetta Zuffardi (Pavia)
Murat Gunel (New Haven)
Marcella Zollino (Rome)
Yann Herault (Strasbourg)
Renzo Guerrini (Florence)
Giuseppe Gobbi (Bologna)
Steve White (Salt Lake City)
James Lupski (Houston)
Anne Cherry (Boston)

Photogallery

Videos of the workshop:

General discussion
Opening remarks
Intervention of the
President Stefania Azzali

Documents

Brochure (263 KB)
Interview Prof. Neri (43 KB)
Letter to families (132 KB)
Program (187 KB)

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