We host quarterly virtual research roundtables to provide a forum for scientists and clinicians to share updates on current projects, engage in discussions, and foster collaborations so that we can accelerate progress toward our vision of a brighter future where Glut1 Deficiency will be easy to diagnose early, treat effectively, and cure completely.


we'd love for you to join us!


our next roundtable

Tuesday, October 24, 2023

11:00 to 12:00 Eastern

Special Guests

  • Maoxue Tang, PhD from Columbia University Irving Medical Center will share his work on investigating underlying mechanisms of cognitive dysfunction in Glut1 Deficiency syndrome.
  • Valentina De Giorgis, MD, PhD from the University of Pavia (Italy) will share insights from her recent publication about ketonemia variability through menstrual cycle in patients undergoing classic ketogenic diet.

future roundtables

stay tuned for updates on 2024 Research Roundtables

previous roundtable reports

Summer 2023:  Glut1 in Neural Development and the International Neurological Ketogenic Society
Special Presentations:  Dr. Caroline Pearson and Dr. Jong Rho

Spring 2023:  Speech and Language Focus
Special Presentations:  Prof. Dr. Jörg Klepper, Prof. Dr. Kristina Simonyan

Winter 2023:  Adult Patient Focus
Special Presentations:  Dr. Elizabeth Felton, Dr. Mackenzie Cervenka, and Dr. Tonya McDonald

Fall 2022:  Imaging Focus
Special Presentations:  Dr. Douglas Rothman, Dr. Nirbhay Yadav, Dr. Ramon Sun, and Dr. Joshua Kaggie

Spring 2022:  Treatment Development Focus
Special Presentations:  Dr. Christina Gurnett, Dr. Pierre Magistretti, and Dr. Serena Silver

Winter 2022:  Open Project Reports
Special Presentations:  Kathrine Haavardsholm, Dr. Jörg Klepper, Kit Donohue, Dr. Matthew Gentry

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