Rare Diseases

Meeting the Challenges of Rare Diseases

, Location:online


  • Alpha 1
  • Amyloidosis AA
  • Anti-trypsin Deficiency
  • Arskog Syndrome
  • Balkan Endomic Nephropathy
  • Bells Palsy
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
  • Endocrinology
  • Finnish Heritage Disease
  • Gastroenterology
  • Glomus Vayale Tumor
  • Gorham's Disease Orphan Drug
  • HIBCH Deficiency
  • Moebius Syndrome
  • Muco-poly-Sccharidoses
  • Orphan Disease
  • Psychiatry
  • Severe Cassidy Syndromes
  • Tangier Disease
  • Triple A Syndrome


Mohamed El-Gamasy

Mohamed El-Gamasy

Vice Director of Tanta Pediatric Nephrology Unit Tanta University Hospital

H. Biemann Othersen Jr.

H. Biemann Othersen Jr.

Professor & Emeritus Chief of Pediatric Surgery.

Luis Fernando Sánchez Espino

Luis Fernando Sánchez Espino

Pediatrics Resident┬áUniversity Instituto Tecnol├│gico de Monterrey Hospital San Jos├® y Zambrano Hellion

About Event

Rare Diseases conference provides an excellent multi-disciplinary forum for clinicians (consultants and trainees), research scientists, bio-informaticians and technology developers, Academicians, Pharmaceutical Research Experts interested in understanding the impact of recent advances in research and Diagnostics and technology on the care of patients with rare diseases

Rare diseases aren’t well characterised or outlined, achievement for trials will be troublesome, high- quality proof to guide treatments is scarce, and extremely few skilled centres are offered for designation, management, and analysis for the Rare and Orphan Diseases. Despite their rarity, several basic advances in medication have come back from the study of rare diseases and these have benefited with common diseases. As an example, the study of the human genes and genomes began with identification of rare diseases (muscular dystrophy being the 1st) and epigenetics was first known in rare disorders, as a result of presently inadequate medical aid and therefore the potential to help common further as rare disorders, the conduct of clinical analysis in rare diseases is important.

Rare Diseases  2018 is that the distinctive platform/forum across all rare diseases, across all European countries and across the globe, transfer along all stakeholders – patient’s representatives, academics, researchers, health care professionals, industry, payers, regulators and policy manufacturers. It conjointly provides the progressive of the rare sickness atmosphere, observance and benchmarking initiatives and covers analysis, development of recent treatments, health care, social care, data, public health and support at European, national, regional and international levels. Rare Diseases Scientific event 2018 goal is to facilitate clinical analysis by making rare diseases analysis teams to specialise in connected diseases, Infectious Diseases, sharing the prices of our analysis infrastructures across the network, establish uniform studies for knowledge assortment, and create significant large-scale studies attainable. We tend to conjointly directly interact with patients and their advocates, and train new investigators in rare diseases analysis.

Rare conditions aren’t so common, therefore rare, completely of nearly twenty five million Americans are suffering with the uncommon Diseases. Studies within the federal agency reported that insights from investigations of rare sickness can even facilitate improve understanding of more-common conditions. Successes lead to its expansion into an uncommon/ Undiagnosed Diseases Network linking academic medical centres around the U.S and to rare-disease research playing a key part in the NIH strategic research plan for 2016–2020. In order to assure the longer term of rare diseases analysis, the coaching of ensuing generation of investigators during this field is vital.

New investigators, trainees, junior college, et al. curious about rare sickness analysis methodology. Attendees can have the chance to:

Meet key leaders in rare diseases analysis.

Engage in formal and informal networking and plan generation with alternative trainees and investigators.

Discuss career development and strategic designing for tutorial success.

Explore analysis collaborations.

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  1. No travelling and accommodation expenditure to attend an online conference. You can join in wherever you like.
  2. Our Online conferences provide ample opportunity to the participant’s delegates and attendees to interact with each other during and after the event.
  3. Asking questions from the speaker same as it is done in normally run physical conferences. Direct Communication with speaker and other participants.
  4. No special equipment is required for attending an online conference. Basics like a computer, access to internet connection and headphones are all you need.
  5. Convenient: You can attend a Online conferences in your office, at home or wherever is most convenient to you.
  6. Reliable and experienced Our Online conferences are conducted by presenters with long term experience in their fields. Generally the presenter is the course director.
  7. Connect with a larger and more global audience, many of whom may have not attended due to cost and travel constraints
  8. Instant Feedback Proper care in taking feedback from participants, at the end of the event participants will have a chance to ask questions and submit your feedback about our Online conferences.
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