Symposium 2011


This is the report of our very successfull 10th symposium.

Aktuelle Klinische und molekulare Dimensionen der hereditären spastischen Spinalparalysen (HSP) 

Current clinical and molecular dimensions of hereditary spastic paraplegia(HSP)

The column "abstract" will content an "A" as link address, as soon as we got it from the lecturers.

Scientific responsibility: Prof. Dr. Peter Young, Münster und Dr. Christian Beetz, Jena.

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Abstract

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

Ramirez, Alfredo

 

University of Lübeck, Lübeck (Germany)
 

"Clinical and genetic characterisation of a novel form of autosomal dominant HSP in a large Chilean pedigree"

 

A

Beetz, Christian

 

University Hospital Jena, Jena (Germany)
 

"Clinical and genetic characterisation of a novel form of autosomal recessive complicated HSP in a consanguineous Turkish family"

 

A

Stevanin, Giovanni

 

Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris (Frankreich)

 

"A new HSP gene extends the genetic heterogeneity of autosomal recessive spastic paraplegias"

 

A

Auer-Grumbach, Michaela

 

Medical University of Graz, Graz (Austria)

 

"Hereditary spastic paraplegia and hereditary sensory neuropathy are allelic disorders: novel insights into an exiting gene!"

 

A

Schüle, Rebecca

 

Instituite for Clinical Brain Research, Tübingen (Germany)

 

"Metabolic Aspects of Spastic Paraplegia Type 5 (SPG5)"

 

A

Sean O' Riordan 
 

St Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin (Irland)

 

"Dementia in SPG4: a real phenomenon?"

 

A

Duning, Thomas

 

University of Münster, Münster (Germany)

 

"Quantification of brain tissue alterations in HSP using diffusion-tensor MRI"

 

A

Teismann, Inga/ Warnecke, Tobias

 

University of Münster, Münster (Germany)

 

"Dysphagia in Hereditary spastic paraplegia"

 

A

 

Bauer, Peter

 

University Hospital Tübingen, Tübingen (Germany)

 

"Next-generation-sequencing facilitates genotyping of hereditary spastic paraplegias"

 

A

Braastad, Corey

 

Athena Diagnostics, Worcester (U.S.A.)

 

"Real-Time Clinical Pathogenicity Assessment of HSP Variants in a Commercial US Lab"

 

A

Zuchner, Stephan

 

Miami Intitute of Human Genomics, Miami (U.S.A.)

 

"Genomic studies in hereditary spastic paraplegia"

 

A

Clemen, Christoph

 

University of Cologne, Cologne (Germany)

 

"Strumpellin is a novel valosin-containing protein binding partner linking hereditary spastic paraplegia to protein aggregation diseases"

 

A

Rudenskaya, Galina (winner of TWS Travel Grant 2011)

 

Medical Genetic Research Centre, Moscow (Russia)

 

"Hereditary spastic paraplegias in Russia: clinical, epidemiological and molecular aspects"

 

A

Jordanova, Albena (winner of TWS Travel Grant 2011)

 

University of Antwerp, Antwerp (Belgium)

 

"Molecular genetic studies in Bulgarian patients with hereditary spastic paraplegia"

 

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