Natalie Titz and Antonia Joseph attended the Annual SMA Research & Clinical Care Meeting in Austin, Texas. CureSMA is the largest meeting in the world focused on SMA and providing insightful discussions around new research and clinical care practices. Researchers, clinicians, pharma industry and patient advocacy exchange information and ideas in order to advance the knowledge about SMA.


Poster presentations: 

Antonia Joseph: Does Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) lead to alterations of molecular networks in the brain?

Natalie Titz: Protein interactions of the Survival of Motoneuron (SMN) protein: impact on metabolic functions