Emerging Trends in Lysosomal Biology & Lysosomal Diseases: STATE OF THE ART FOR EXPERTS

Monday, February 4, 2019 from 1:00 – 5:00 PM

For the seventh consecutive year, WORLDSymposium begins with “Emerging Trends” on Monday afternoon, February 4, 2019 at 1:00 PM. This 4-hour CME course provides a state-of-the-art update for experts working in lysosomal biology and lysosomal diseases. This course is a summary of the latest research trends and other advances in the field.

Seasoned researchers provide a global review of the past years’ advances, a state-of-the-art overview of lysosome biology, diseases and therapies. This review evolves every year, providing a summary of the latest research trends, new knowledge, and other discoveries. The course is intended for researchers and health care practitioners who are interested in being current on recent advances in the basic science, diagnosis, and treatment of lysosomal diseases. This course is taught at the postgraduate level, e.g., those with a PhD, MD, PharmD, DDS, MS, MPH, etc.

The content provides comprehensive information on lysosomal diseases, but does not overlap or replace the scientific data being presented during WORLDSymposium 2019. Registration Required.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this educational activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Describe the basic structure, function and molecular biology of lysosomes.
  2. Identify specific lysosomal diseases, their clinical manifestations, and means of diagnosis.
  3. Review current treatments for lysosomal diseases, the potential side effects, and their expected clinical outcomes.
  4. Correlate the molecular biology of lysosomes with clinical features, diagnostic testing, and treatment approaches.

Preliminary Agenda

1:00 PM
Introduction and Overview of Course
Chester B. Whitley, PhD, MD

1:10 PM
Lysosomal Disease Phenotypes
Chester B. Whitley, PhD, MD

1:35 PM
Normal Lysosomal Function
Steven U. Walkley, DVM, PhD

2:00 PM
Break

2:05 PM
Remarkable Cases I
Marc C. Patterson, MD

2:30 PM
Lysosomal Disease Pathogenesis
Steven U. Walkley, DVM, PhD

2:55 PM
Refreshment Break

3:10 PM
Current Treatments for Lysosomal Diseases
Jeanine R. Jarnes, PharmD

3:35 PM
Newborn Screening
Amy Gaviglio, MS, LCGC

4:00 PM
Break

4:05 PM
Future Treatments for Lysosomal Diseases
Jeanine R. Jarnes, PharmD

4:30 PM
Remarkable Cases II
Marc C. Patterson, MD

4:55 PM
Final Evaluation
Chester B. Whitley, PhD, MD

5:00 PM
Adjourn

Invited Faculty

Chair: Chester B. Whitley, PhD, MD
Course Director
WORLDSymposium and “Emerging Trends: State-of-the-Art for Experts”
Professor, Department of Pediatrics, and
Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology
University of Minnesota
Principal Investigator, Lysosomal Disease Network
Minneapolis, MN, USA

Steven U. Walkley, DVM, PhD
Director, Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center
Head, Sidney Weisner Laboratory of Genetic Neurological Disease
Departments of Neuroscience, Pathology and Neurology
Rose F. Kennedy Center
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Bronx, NY, USA

Marc C. Patterson, MD, FRACP
Professor of Neurology, Pediatrics and Medical Genetics
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Child Neurology and Child Neurology Open
Editor, Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease and JIMD Reports
Mayo Clinic Children’s Center
Rochester, MN, USA

Jeanine R. Jarnes, PharmD, BCOP, BCPS
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology
College of Pharmacy
University of Minnesota, Fairview
Minneapolis, MN, USA

Amy Gaviglio, MS, LCGC
Follow-Up Supervisor and Licensed Genetic Counselor
Newborn Screening Program
Minnesota Department of Health
St. Paul, MN

The Postgraduate Institute for Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 3.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.