Robert J. Hopkin, MD. Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, United States.
Robert J. Hopkin, MD, is an associate professor of clinical pediatrics at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center within the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Dr. Hopkin graduated from the University of Nevada Medical School. He completed residency and chief residency in pediatrics at the Phoenix Children's Hospital, Maricopa Medical Center Combined Residency Program. His training in medical genetics was completed at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. The majority of Dr. Hopkin's time is spent in caring for patients with genetic disorders. He participates in clinics from Fetal Care to Adult Genetics.Read more
Amel Karaa, MD. Clinical Director, Lysosomal Storage Diseases Program Massachusetts General Hospital & Instructor of Medicine Harvard Medical School, United States.
Patricio Aguiar MD, Adult Inherited Metabolic Disorders Clinic, Medicine 1 department, Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte, Lisbon, Portugal
Patrício Aguiar graduated at Lisbon University Medical School in 2006 and completed is trainee in Internal Medicine at Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte (Lisbon, Portugal). He is a PhD candidate in Lisbon University Medical School in the area of inborn errors of metabolism (biomarkers of Anderson-Fabry disease) in partnership with the University College of London. He performs the evaluation and follow up of patients with inherited metabolic disorders, mainly lysosomal storage disorders. He is also member of the core team of one of the national reference center in inherited metabolic disorders (Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte), as well as member of the board of the rare diseases study group of the Portuguese Society of Internal Medicine.Read more
Susanne Gerit-Kircher, Ao.Univ. Prof. DDr. MBA, LSD, Center of Pathobiochemistry and Genetics, Medical University of Vienn, Austria
After graduation with a focus on music and fine art in Vienna, she studied human medicine at the University of Vienna. Beginning of training for a general practitioner and clinical pathologist in public hospitals in Vienna. Specialization in laboratory medicine, clinical genetics and cytodiagnostics. Afterwards, working at the Medical University of Vienna and currently working in the Center of Pathobiochemistry and Genetics, since 2011 also in the Genetic Counseling Unit at the Institute of Medical Genetics. Furthermore, doctoral studies in health sciences in Tyrol and Master of Business Administration in Vienna.Read more