Join Global Nutricia Metabolics Webinar 26th April

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide high quality scientific education to support healthcare professionals, Global Nutricia Metabolics releases the third in a series of webinars focusing on rare inherited metabolic disorders beyond PKU on Wednesday 26th April 17:30 -19:00 CEST.

Management of Tyrosinemia

International expert speakers will share the latest insights into the management of tyrosinemia. Join them and participate in a live question and answers sessions. A parent will also share their experience of the journey with a child diagnosed with tyrosinemia from diagnosis to school age.

This Global Nutricia Metabolics Webinar is intended for healthcare professionals only.

17:30-18:00 CEST

Introduction to and overview of the Management of Tyrosenemia

Presented by Dr Corinne Da Laet, Head of Clinic for Metabolic Diseases, Queen Fabiola Childrens University Hospital, Brussels, Belgium
18:00-18:30 CEST

Overview of the Principles of Dietary Management with Case Study Examples

Presented by Uta Meyer, Metabolic Dietitian, Hanover Medical School, Germany

Parental experience


Live interactive Q&A with our speakers

Dr Corinne Da Laet

Dr Corinne Da Laet, Consultant Paediatrician in Nutrition and Metabolism, Brussels, Belgium

Uta Meyer

Uta Meyer, Metabolic Dietitian, Hanover, Germany

Tyrosinemia is a rare inherited disorder of protein metabolism that occurs in just 1 in 100,000 newborns worldwide


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