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  • Advisory Council Member:

    Dr Daniel Costa Gomes
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  • National Societies:

    Portuguese Society of Metabolic Diseases
    Sociedade Portuguesa de Doenças Metabólicas (SPDM)

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    Annual Meeting
    The 18th International SPDM Symposium will be held from 5 to 7 May 2022 in Peniche.


    Committee Members

    Dr Maria Dulce Silva Quelhas, PharmaD PhD
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    Susana Pires
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    Prof Isabel Antolin Rivera
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  • About the Society:

    Portuguese Society of Metabolic Disorders (SPDM), founded in 2002, is a scientific society whose main goal is putting together professionals from different fields under the scope of inborn errors of metabolism (IEM).

    SPDM aims to promote awareness of IEM, implementing early diagnosis and therapy in order to increase the quality of life and social integration of all patients.

    SPDM encourages scientific research, development of diagnosis and therapeutic protocols and organizes regular clinical and laboratorial meetings, pre and pos-graduate courses, as well as an annual International Symposium. SPDM promotes and supports the training of professionals in the field of IEM, awarding several scholarships and grants.


Membership of the Society is open to all interested in and willing to support the aims of the Society.

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SSIEM Administrator

Society for the Study of Inborn
Errors of Metabolism (SSIEM)
PO Box 3375,
South Croydon, CR2 1PN 
United Kingdom

Registered Office: 
The Society for Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism,
C/O Stone King LLP,
Boundary House,
91 Charterhouse Street,
London, United Kingdom, EC1M 6HR

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