Symposium 19-20 June 2014

It is with great pleasure to invite you to our symposium on neurometabolic disorders
organised in honor of the inauguration of prof. G.S. Salomons.

This symposium (June 19 to 20) is organized in the VU main building of the Free University of Amsterdam. We have excellent international and national speakers who are experts to present updates and new trends in neurometabolic disorders and its link to cancer.

In addition, on June 19th, Thursday morning, two PhD students (i.e. Ofir Betsalel and Joe Ndika) will defend their thesis on creatine deficiency syndromes. These ceremonies are open to the public.

Thursday afternoon,  there are two interesting sessions on creatine deficiency syndromes and pyridoxine dependent epilepsy. The day will continue with an informal get together evening closing at 10 pm including a buffet. Here you will have ample opportunities to meet your colleagues and friends. The symposium’s second day on June 20th, is continuing with exiting lectures of our invited speakers on outcome of new technologies, 2-hydroxyglutaric acidurias, IDH mutations, Krebs cycle defects and its links to cancer.

The inauguration lecture of Prof Gajja Salomons will take place on June 20th late afternoon. All events will be held in the main building of the VU (Free University), Amsterdam.

Please register for the meeting if you are planning to attend.
The deadline for early bird registration is 10th of May.

A discounted fee is offered in the Memphis hotel for those who register for the meeting.
Memphis Hotel is located near the museum area and symposium venue is easily reachable by tram from the hotel. The number of the rooms is limited and we recommend reservations to be booked as soon as possible in this hotel. Please be aware that the special offer is only available when you reserve by phone (+31 20 673 31 41) and mention the code which can be found in your symposium registration confirmation e-mail.

We are looking forward to meeting you in beautiful Amsterdam. We hope that you will enjoy scientific part of the meeting as well as the relaxed atmosphere of the city.