11th UDNI Conference: Vienna (Austria) November 7-8, 2022


The Undiagnosed Diseases Network International (UDNI) is happy to announce its 11th Conference, taking place on November 07-08, 2022, in Vienna, Austria hosted by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Rare and Undiagnosed Diseases together with the Medical University of Vienna. 

The conference is taking place at the van-Swieten Hall of the Medical University of Vienna. The event will be held hybrid, allowing attendees to participate in-person or online. In order to participate, please access the registration form.

Please note that for participants attending in person they are welcome to the Champions Dinner on November 6th 20:00 at restaurant Hansen, Wipplingerstrasse 34, 1010 Wien and Conference (Networking) Dinner Tuesday, November 8th, Bus at 19:30

Spouses are welcome - Please confirm that you are coming to the dinners by emailing helene@wilhelmfoundation.org


The address of the conference venue is:

Van Swieten Hall of the Medical University of Vienna
Van-Swieten-Gasse 1a
1090 Wien

The conference agenda will address a wide range of topics, including:

• Inborn errors of immunity 
• Inherited bone marrow failure syndromes and rare hematological diseases
• Rare dermatological diseases
• Rare neurological diseases
• Rare gastroenterological/intestinal diseases 
• Rare metabolic diseases
• Genetics and bioinformatics approaches to rare diseases 
• Model systems for the study of rare diseases
• Precision medicine approaches for rare diseases

In addition to renowned experts from the UDNI, Day 1 invited speakers include (in alphabetical order):
Alessandra Biffi  - University of Padua (Italy)
Han Brunner - Nijmegen University Hospital, Maastricht University Medical Center (Netherlands)
Lukas Huber - Medical University of Innsbruck (Austria)
Veronica Kinsler - UCL GOS Institute of Child Health, London (UK)
Jörg Menche - University of Vienna & Max Perutz Labs, Vienna (Austria)
Aleixo Muise - University of Toronto & Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto (Canada)
Gaia Novarino - Institute of Science and Technology (IST), Vienna (Austria) 
Anne Puel - Necker Hospital for Sick Children, Université Paris Cité, Paris (France) 
Camilo Toro - National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda (USA)
Alan Warren - University of Cambridge (UK) 

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