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The Homocystinuria Family: A Discussion
Join us for an informative 1 hour webinar with Dr. Kimberly Chapman of Children's National DC. Dr. Chapman will be discussing how all the homocystinurias are connected. Find out why classical homocystinuria, specific cobalamin disorders (C, D, E, F, G, J and X) and severe MTHFR are considered all to be homocystinuria. Learn the differences between each of them and much more!

Oct 8, 2020 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Kimberly Chapman
Dr. @Children's National DC
Kim Chapman M.D., Ph.D., FAAP, FABIM, FACMG Dr. Kimberly Chapman is an attending physician in Genetics and Metabolism at Children’s National and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Integrated Systems Biology at George Washington University in Washington DC, United States. She specializes in taking care of all ages of individuals with defects of methylation, homocysteine and propionate metabolism. She currently divides her time between clinical responsibilities, clinical research including several patient registries and other clinical trials, and a basic science laboratory which studies the Propionate pathway and Krebs cycle. She firmly believes that clinical care informs bench research and research enhances clinical care. Thus, with collaborators, she is exploring and designing novel therapeutics for a number of the metabolic disorders.