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    GEoPD Meeting in Milan 2020

    15th International Meeting, October 14th - October 16th

    In order to register, please click here before 15th September 

    Venue: Centro Congressi Humanitas Via Manzoni 113, Rozzano Milano

    During lunches and the first day of the meeting, we plan to put into spotlight PhD/Master students and young researchers. If you know someone interested to present their research related to Parkinson’s Disease, please send the abstract to stefano.duga@hunimed.eu and alessio.difonzo@policlinico.mi.it for its evaluation.

    1. Milan TBC

      17:00 Welcome Cocktail and optional campus tour 
    2. Centro Congressi Humanitas, via Manzoni 113 Rozzano Milano 

      11:00 Introduction and welcome by the President.
      Ongoing GEoPD studies
       Prof. Rejko Krüger
      12:15 Coffee break  
      12:30 Datablitz 1st section (4-5 contributes selected from proposed abstracts)  
      13:30 Lunch and students or young researchers talks  
      14:30 Datablitz 2nd section (4-5 contributes selected from proposed abstracts)  
      16:00 Coffee break  
      16:15 New project proposals  
      19:00 Social Event  
          GEoPD members only
    3. Centro Congressi Humanitas, via Manzoni 113 Rozzano Milano

      11:00 Global Parkinson’s Genetics Program (GP2)  
      12:15 Coffee Break  
      12:30 Global Parkinson’s Genetics Program (GP2)  
      13:30 Lunch and students or young researchers talks  
        Keynote on GBA and neurodegeneration session  
      14:30 The link of neuronal loss with GBA mutations  Gregory Grabowski
        Lysosomal genes and Parkinson’s disease session  
      15:00 Clinical features of GBA-PD  Christine Klein
      15:30 Coffee Break  
      15:45 GBA penetrance and patient-derived models Stefano Duga and Alessio Di Fonzo
      16:15 Targeted therapeutic approaches Pablo Sardi
      16:45 Closing remarks  
           

      Public meeting

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