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The Smart4Fabry project presented at the "Lysosomal Rare Disorders" seminar at Vall d'Hebron

On November 19, Vall d’Hebron held a seminar on Lysosomal Rare Disorders: Focus on Fabry Disease as part of the Rare Diseases Program at the Vall d’Hebron Campus, in collaboration with the European Commission, the Center for Biomedical Research Network on Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (CIBER-BBN) and the CIBBIM-Nanomedicine at Vall d Hebron Research Institute (VHIR) through the Smart-4-Fabry project, coordinated by Dr. Nora Ventosa, from ICMAB-CSIC and CIBER-BBN.
26 November 2018

Nora Ventosa and Simó Schwartz, Scientific Directors of NANBIOSIS units 6 and 20 moderated the plenary session devoted to New therapeutic strategies for lysosomal disorders, in which the speakers presented their findings regarding biomarkers, genetic variants and treatment protocols. 

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Ibane Abasolo presenting the talk about the Smart4Fabry project. 

Ibane AbasoloScientific Coordinator of NANBIOSIS Unit 20 from Vall d'Hebron Research Institute, gave a talk about the project Smart4Fabry: Nanomedicine in lysosomal disorders. Project Smart4Fabry .The Smart4Fabry project, coordinated by Dr. Nora Ventosa from ICMAB-CSIC and CIBER-BBN, and with the participation of NANBIOSIS units U3 Synthesis of Peptides Unit, U6 Biomaterial Processing and Nanostructuring Unit and U20 Functional Validation & Preclinical Research (FVPR), was described in the course of this specific day on lysosomal diseases and Fabry’s disease.

Many reserachers from the NANOMOL group at ICMAB, involved with the Smart4Fabry project, attented the seminar. Judit Tomsen, PhD fellow at the NANOMOL group and working in the Smart4Fabry project says on her Twitter: 

"Gràcies també als participants de la taula rodona, per compartir les seves vivències i recordar-nos que som molt més que metges, investigadors o pacients".
— Judit Tomsen (@JuditTomsen) November 19, 2018

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Photos by Judit Tomsen, ICMAB-CSIC.  
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