THE MEETING HAS CONCLUDED.
Minutes posted here.
|The SIMD meeting will be held March 11-14, 2018, featuring sessions on:
- Politics, Economics & the Treatment of IEMs
- Newborn Screening
- Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation
- Genomic Aspects, Genomic Therapies in IEM
- Updated Dietary Treatment Guidelines
- Mitochondrial Metabolism
- The Rare Disease Consortia
- Unknown and Challenging Cases
- Best of the submitted abstracts talks
- Travel award winners
- Posters displayed for the entire meeting allowing viewing
breaks and an attended Poster session
We will have a Contributed Article session featuring the abstracts of our travel
award winners, and the opportunity to hear and support the next generation of
SIMD contributors and members. As in the past, young trainees can apply for
travel awards. CME credits will also be available.
There also will be satellite sessions sponsored by Invitae Corp,
Elsevier, and one (for members only) sponsored by the Urea Cycle
Disorders Consortium. Look
here for information.
Paradise Point in
San Diego is a new venue for us, a pleasant resort on a small island in the
middle of Mission Bay, isolated but minutes away from the city, Balboa
Park and its many attractions (zoo, plazas and museums), an increasingly
active downtown with a growing restaurant culture, Mission Beach with
its standing wave and amusement park, Pacific Beach with numerous tattoo
options, and La Jolla, for strolling and shopping and bar-hopping.
Paradise Point has a sort of faux-Hawaiian style, but pulls it off, with
lodging in detatched casitas, three restaurants and bars, several
swimming pools, and a dock for water sports-- and ample meeting
Gerard Berry, Program Chair
Bruce Barshop, SIMD Secretariat