INFORM 2019 Amsterdam

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At the International Network for Fatty Acid Oxidation Research and Management, we want to stay up-to-date on the latest research in the field and hold an annual conference that examines this research in more depth. This year, our fatty acid oxidation conference, INFORM 2019, will be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands on September 1st & 2nd preceding the Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism (SSIEM) Symposium ​in Rotterdam. This gathering will also act as our annual INFORM Meeting. Registration is NOW open!

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About the Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders Conference

Disorders of fatty acid oxidation and of the carnitine cycle are important causes of morbidity and mortality. With the introduction of expanded newborn screening, many of these conditions can be diagnosed and treated at birth, preventing several of the complications later in life. Treatment of these conditions may include fasting-avoidance, diets low in fat containing specific fatty acids, and carnitine supplements. New types of therapies, nutritional and pharmacological, are being tested in humans and animal models of these conditions. Unfortunately, treatment is only partially effective for some conditions, and we still do not completely understand the pathophysiology of end-organ damage caused by these inherited disorders.

The objective of our fatty acid oxidation disorders conference is to familiarize the audience with recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of fatty acid oxidation disorder and of the carnitine cycle.  The conference will discuss the proper diagnostic interpretation of laboratory testing, development of new therapeutic strategies, and the role of newborn screening ​in preventing complications. It will also serve as the annual INFORM meeting. Top researchers in the field such as our Co-Chair and Scientific Organizer, Jerry Vockley, will be there to discuss the latest fatty acid oxidation research.

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INFORM 2019 Amsterdam Event Information

INFORM 2019 will be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The conference takes place on September 1st & 2nd preceding the SSIEM ​in Rotterdam. Transportation will be provided to Rotterdam on Monday evening, September 2nd,  from Amsterdam.

This FAOD conference is held annually to provide a collaborative framework for ongoing communication and research in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to fatty acid oxidation and the carnitine cycle.  Our agenda is developed, and our plenary speakers are all identified.  As always, our symposium will be packed with information on recent advances to share among this international group of FAOD experts and clinicians.

All abstracts submitted to our fatty acid oxidation disorders conference will be displayed at the Poster Presentation on Sunday, September 1st.  The eight junior investigators selected will be presenting during the symposium.  Those not receiving a grant but attending the symposium will have the opportunity ​to present during a scheduled 10-minute time frame at their poster on Sunday evening.

On behalf of the INFORM 2019 Amsterdam planning and scientific committees, we want to thank you for your past participation and look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam.

Registration is NOW open!

2019 Venue – Renaissance Hotel in Center City Amsterdam in the Koepelkerk Meeting Room

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Register for our fatty acid oxidation conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands now.

The bus ride from Amsterdam to Rotterdam is to transport our INFORM attendees who will also be attending the SSIEM starting on September 3rd. The bus ride is one way and will be stopping at the Central Station in Rotterdam. From there, everyone will then need to get to their respective hotels for the SSIEM on their own.

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Book Your Hotel

Please book your room for INFORM 2019 Amsterdam and the SSIEM using the link below.

You will be able to cancel your room for a refund up to 14 days before arrival. After that, the room will be charged in full.

Agenda

You can review conference agendas from our previous FAOD conferences as well as the upcoming 2019 conference.

Call for Abstracts

If you are a researcher in the field of fatty acid oxidation disorders, you have the opportunity to submit your Abstract for our Inform Network 2019 Conference.

Is A PROUD SPONSOR of the $1000 Cash Prize to the Best Poster!

Poster Presentation Requirements

Posters should be in portrait format, NOT landscape format. They should not be wider than 84.1 cm (horizontal dimension) and higher than 118.9 cm (vertical dimension).

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2018 INFORM Conference Highlights

A Special Thanks to Our INFORM 2018 Sponsors:

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Previous Years Abstracts

2016 Abstracts
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2018 Abstracts

“I appreciate that INFORM always provides us the most advanced, the most professional, and the most comprehensive information about defects of beta-oxidation.”

TOSHIYUKI FUKAO, PROFESSOR, GIFU UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

“Together we can generate the energy to beat these diseases”

JERRY VOCKLEY, MD, PhD , INFORM, SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZER

“INFORM brings together the best and brightest researchers and physicians from around the world to discuss cutting edge research and best and new practices in fatty acid oxidation disorders.”

KEITH W. MCINTIRE, DEPARTMENT OF GENETICS COORDINATOR

“The challenge with being on the cutting edge is that you are always dealing with things that didn’t happen yesterday”.

JERRY VOCKLEY, MD, PhD , INFORM, SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZER

2019 Sponsors

Thank you for your part in supporting this important conference. We promise to provide all our attendees another wonderful INFORM Symposium planned for September 1st & September 2nd 2019 in Amsterdam, The Netherland preceding the SSIEM in Rotterdam.  Please accept our deepest appreciation for your investment in INFORM.

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