Research Roundtable
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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!

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our next roundtable

Tuesday, July 23, 2024

11:00 to 12:00 Eastern

Special Guests

Please join us as we welcome Prof. Dr. Jörg Klepper to give a summary of the Glut1 Deficiency Summit being held in June in Dallas.

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future roundtables

Fall:  Tuesday, October 22, 2024 at 11:00 AM Eastern

previous roundtable reports

Spring 2024:  Functional Implications of Genetic Variants and Using iPSC models to understand Glut1 Deficiency
Special Presentations:  Dr. Elizabeth Radford and Dr. Abraham Al-Ahmad

Fall 2023:  Underlying Mechanisms of Cognitive Dysfunction and Ketone Variability During Menstruation
Special Presentations:  Dr. Maoxue Tang and Dr. Valentina De Giorgis

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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