Pediatric movement disorders are a constantly changing field of pediatric neurology that requires us to stay current. Movement disorders affect a lot of children, and most of them have a rare disease. Because these disorders aren't well-known, it takes longer for doctors to figure out what's wrong with them.
Several genes of the GPCRs-cAMP signaling pathway (GNAO1, GNB1, ADCY5, PDE2A, PDE10A, etc.) have been described in recent years as causative of pediatric movement disorders. In this webinar, the presenter will talk about the natural history of this condition, describe its genetic features, and talk about some possible biomarkers or prognostic markers that could be used for early diagnosis and monitoring, as well as different therapeutic approaches.
- Pediatric Neurologist.
- Adult Neurologist.
- Biologists in health sciences.
- Biochemists in health sciences.
- To strengthen diagnostic and treatment capabilities for the GPCRs-cAMP signaling pathway genes.
- To become familiar with the characteristics of movement disorders associated with these disorders.
- To acquire knowledge of the physiopathology of the GPCRs-cAMP signaling pathway genes.
- Developmental Encephalopathies with Epilepsy and Movement Disorders: the GPCRs-cAMP signaling pathway.
- The webinar will be delivered via Zoom.
- The link will be sent by email 24 hours in advance.
With the support:
- Address Plataforma virtual | Hospital Sant Joan de Déu
06/09/2022 - 06/09/2022
15:00 pm to 16:10 pm (CET)Download programme
- Paediatric Neurology
- Language English
- Teaching hours 1,10 h
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