Education & Development Opportunities

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Hernan Gonorazky
PGRCL Sick kids, Toronto, Canada

Dr. Hernan Gonorazky is a staff neurologist at the Hospital for Sick Children since 2019. He is the neuromuscular fellowship program director of that institution. He currently is the co-director of the Spinal muscular Atrophy program at Sickkids and has dedicated much of his effort to spread the education around neuromuscular disorders.

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Maria Soledad Monges
HOSPITAL J.P. GARRAHAN, BUENOS AIRES, Argentina

Soledad Monges, works as a Staff in the Neurology division of the Pediatric Hospital JP Garrahan, Bs As, Argentina. She is the coordinator of the research, educational, and clinical pediatric neuromuscular program.

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Susana Quijano-Roy
Hôpital Raymond Poincaré, Garches, France

Child neurologist trained originally in Spain (Madrid). Professor of Paediatrics (University Versailles-St Quentin). Head of the neuromuscular unit at University Hospital Raymond-Poincaré. Involved notably in congenital muscular dystrophies and SMA. Member of many international consortia notably in standards of care.

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Andoni J. Urtizberea
Institut de Myologie of Paris, Montlignon, France

Is a French specialist in paediatrics and PMR . Served many years as Medical Director of the AFM-Telethon. Formerly General Delegate of the Institut de Myologie of Paris and Scientific Director of the European Neuromuscular Center (ENMC). Currently faculty at the Institut de Myologie of Paris, France (Academyo), member of the executive board of the TREAT-NMD Alliance, and freelance consultant in myology for patient organizations and industry. Involved in multiple educational events notably in Latin America, Russia and MENA.

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