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Inborn Errors

Introduction 

The IEWP is dedicated to improving the outcome of transplantation for inborn errors of metabolism including severe congenital immunodeficiencies and metabolic diseases. 

The IEWP aim to do this through the exchange of ideas and transplant data; international collaborative retrospective studies to look at the outcome of transplant for these conditions; the development of transplant guidelines and the education of transplant physicians worldwide; the development and use of a common registry to document and analyse results of treatment. 

Members



Chairperson
Arjan Lankester
a.lankester@lumc.nl

 

Secretary

Michael Albert
michael.albert@med.uni-muenchen.de

Meetings

6th Training Course for Paediatricians and Paediatric Nurses on HSCT in Children and Adolescents.
June 8-10,2017, Copenhagen (collaboration between Pediatric diseases WP and Inborn Errors WP).
For more information and registration, click here.

The Meeting of the European Society for Immunodeficiencies (ESID 2017). September 11-14, 2017, Edinburgh.
This meeting will be focusing on the theme of Autoimmunity & Inflammation in PID; Beyond the Paradox.
More information and registration, click here​.

Inborn Errors Working Party Annual Conference​.
November 3-5 2017, Newcastle.
Further information will follow soon.

Related documents

Click HERE to view the publication list
 
 

Studies coordinated by the IEWP

Click HERE to view the Current Research list
Those wishing to initiate a study on behalf of IEWP are asked to fill in the Proposed Study Registration Sheet.
 

How to get involved?

Please contact the Chairperson or the Secretary.




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