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UNITED STATES

Washington
ADDRESS: NOT PROVIDED - US

Funded by an IRDiRC memberToward improved therapy for classic galactosemia
Institution: Information not provided - US

CANADA

Ontario
OTTAWA

Funded by an IRDiRC memberEmerging team in rare diseases: achieving the "triple aim" for inborn errors of metabolism
Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Newborn Screening Ontario

CANADA

Ontario
OTTAWA, ONTARIO

Funded by an IRDiRC memberEmerging team in rare diseases: achieving the "triple aim" for inborn errors of metabolism
University of Ottawa
Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine

ITALY

LAZIO
ROMA

Funded by an IRDiRC memberThe Italian Expanded newborn screening program
ISS - Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Centro Nazionale Malattie Rare

SWEDEN

Region Stockholm
STOCKHOLM

Inborn errors of endocrinology and metabolism
Karolinska Institutet - Solna
Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery (MMK)

SWITZERLAND

Suisse Romande
LAUSANNE

Cardiac Manifestations in Adult Patients With Inherited Metabolic Disease: a Case Series
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois CHUV - Hôpital Beaumont
CMM - Centre des Maladies Moléculaires

UNITED STATES

Washington
ADDRESS: NOT PROVIDED - US

Funded by an IRDiRC memberBasic and clinical studies in immune function and metabolism
Institution: Information not provided - US

UNITED STATES

Washington
ADDRESS: NOT PROVIDED - US

CANADA

Colombie-Britannique
VICTORIA

CANADA

Ontario
TORONTO

SPAIN

Madrid
MADRID

Funded by an IRDiRC memberIdentification of new genes causing rare diseases in pediatric patients, searching of genetic pharmacological targets, and drugs discovery, the steps for a personalized medicine
Instituto de Investigación Hospital 12 de Octubre
Grupo de investigación en enfermedades raras, mitocondriales y neuromusculares

UNITED STATES

Washington
ADDRESS: NOT PROVIDED - US

Funded by an IRDiRC memberA powerful web-based discovery platform for rare disease genetics
Institution: Information not provided - US

Multicentric Research projects