CoMPaSS-NMD Autumn School 2024

CoMPaSS-NMD Autumn School 2024

In the framework of the Young Investigator Training (YIT) initiative, the CoMPaSS-NMD project organised its first international Autumn School.

This school is a unique opportunity for students and young investigators to learn from leading experts and collaborate with peers on cutting-edge research.

This intensive program will equip you with the latest knowledge in NMD genetics, physiology, pathology, and genomics.

Through interactive sessions, case studies, and project development workshops, you’ll gain the skills and experience to become a future leader in NMD research.

Here’s a glimpse of what awaits you:

  • Unveiling the latest advancements in COMPASS-NMD research
  • Understanding the fundamentals of muscle physiology and pathology
  • Exploring the power of third-generation genomics in NMD research
  • Developing your research skills through project idea development workshops
  • Tackling real-world challenges through case studies and genetic analysis
  • Networking with peers and renowned researchers in the field

Don’t miss this chance to:

  • Expand your knowledge in NMDs
  • Develop valuable research skills
  • Collaborate with international peers
  • Shape the future of NMD research
DATE: 29 September – 1 October
LOCATION: Grand Hotel Continental – Tirrenia (Pisa), Italy
WHO CAN ATTEND: Clinical fellows, residents and young investigators with interest in NMDs
LANGUAGE: English
Join the school and embark on an exciting journey into the world of NMDs!

Please, note that the registration is free but mandatory and limited to 30 participants.

Registration includes:

  • all activities organised by CoMPaSS-NMD within the school;
  • transfer from/to Pisa airport and train station at established arrival and departure times
  • the dinner on 30th September;
Registration does not include:
  • travel expenses;
  • accommodation (for suggestions and support in booking the hotel you can contact the organiser at rosalbalubinu@aicgroup.it);
  • extra-school meals;

In the framework of the Young Investigator Training (YIT) initiative, the CoMPaSS-NMD project organised its first international Autumn School.

This school is a unique opportunity for students and young investigators to learn from leading experts and collaborate with peers on cutting-edge research.

This intensive program will equip you with the latest knowledge in NMD genetics, physiology, pathology, and genomics.

Through interactive sessions, case studies, and project development workshops, you’ll gain the skills and experience to become a future leader in NMD research.

Here’s a glimpse of what awaits you:

  • Unveiling the latest advancements in COMPASS-NMD research
  • Understanding the fundamentals of muscle physiology and pathology
  • Exploring the power of third-generation genomics in NMD research
  • Developing your research skills through project idea development workshops
  • Tackling real-world challenges through case studies and genetic analysis
  • Networking with peers and renowned researchers in the field

Don’t miss this chance to:

  • Expand your knowledge in NMDs
  • Develop valuable research skills
  • Collaborate with international peers
  • Shape the future of NMD research
DATE:  29 September – 1 October
LOCATION: Grand Hotel Continental  –  Tirrenia (Pisa), Italy
WHO CAN ATTEND: 30 students and residents
LANGUAGE: English
Register now and embark on an exciting journey into the world of NMDs!
Please, note that the registration is free but mundatory and limited to 30 participants.

What is on the agenda?

What is on the agenda?

The final programme will be published soon

The final programme will be published soon

The lecturers

Rossella Tupler,
Rossella Tupler, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
“My research aims to integrate phenotypic information with unsupervised omics analysis to identify pathways relevant to the onset and progression of neuromuscular diseases”
Filippo M. Santorelli,
Filippo M. Santorelli, Fondazione Stella Maris
“In the past 30 years, my main scientific interests have been the etiology and pathogenesis of neurodegenerative disorders like the neuromuscular ones”