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New insights on sIBM pathogenesis by Dr. Conrad Weihl
May 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
Register today to attend this free online video education session! See details below for link to register.
Host: Dr. Conrad Weihl
Session: Dr. Weihl will discuss New insights on sIBM pathogenesis and he will take a few questions at the end.
When: Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 12PM EDT (11AM Central, 10AM Mountain, 9AM Pacific)
Where: Online using Zoom – Registration Required.
This session will be recorded.
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Dr. Weihl is a physician scientist at Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis. He has both a clinical and research interest in hereditary and sporadic forms of inclusion body myopathy/myositis.
He is the Chair of the Research Committee for the Myositis Association and is a standing member of the of the Muscular Dystrophy Association Research Advisory Council.
Dr. Weihl cares for patients with IBM and has a commitment to training the next generation of physician-scientists.
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