Join Nutricia Metabolics Live Web Event 25 May

As part of our ongoing commitment to provide high quality scientific education to support healthcare professionals, Nutricia organizes its first Global Metabolics interactive digital event on Wednesday 25th May 2022, 14:00 -17:00 CEST.

Expert international speakers present live at the event, titled ‘The Continuing Role of Medical Nutrition in Infants, Teenagers and Adults with Inborn Metabolic Disorders’. There will be the opportunity to participate in polls and ask questions to the panel. 

CPD accreditation

The Metabolics Event is CPD accredited and is intended for healthcare professionals only.

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Program

Please find below the full program of Nutricia’s Event ‘The Continuing Role of Medical Nutrition in Infants, Teenagers and Adults with Inborn Metabolic Disorders’.

EVENT PROGRAM
14:00-14:40

RELEVANCE OF PRECISION NUTRITION IN EARLY LIFE

Dr Bernd Stahl - Science Director Human Milk Research & Analytical Science, Nutricia Research, Utrecht, The Netherlands
14:40-15:20

USING THE FORCE OF THE INCREDIBLE TEENAGE BRAIN TO ENABLE SUSTAINABLE DIETARY ADHERENCE

Dr Bettina Hohnen - Clinical Psychologist, University College London, UK
Dr Jane Gilmour - Consultant Clinical Psychologist (Hon), Great Ormond Street Hospital, London; Course Director Infancy and Early Childhood Development MSc, University College London
15:20-15:50

COMFORT BREAK

15:50-16:20

OPTIMISING BH4 THERAPY IN PRACTICE: USA & EUROPEAN CASE STUDIES

Dr Rani Singh – Professor in the Department of Human Genetics and Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine, Georgia, USA
Dr Alena Thiele - Nutritionist, Hospital for Children and Adolescents, Hospital of the University of Leipzig, Germany
16:20-17:00

GROWING OLD WITH PKU: POSSIBLE NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND COGNITIVE CONCERNS

Dr Cristina Romani - Reader of Psychology, Aston University, Birmingham, UK

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Inherited Metabolic Disorders

Inherited metabolic disorders (IMDs), also known as Inborn errors of metabolism (IEM) are a group of rare disorders caused by genetic defects.

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Learn more about latest research

News article about recent systematic review and meta-analysis exploring why protein substitutes are still very relevant to patients with PKU on BH4 treatment.