Autumn Meeting ISIMD 2017

The Irish Society for Inherited Metabolic Disorders held its 1st Autumn meeting in October 2017. The new European Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Phenylketonuria was the topic of the meeting. The guest speaker was Prof John Walter. The meeting was open to healthcare professionals, many thanks to all who attended.


ICIEM 2017

Congratulations to the members of the team at the NCIMD who had posters at the recent ICIEM conference in Brazil. A number of posters and an oral presentation were well received at the conference. Topics included PKU, HCU and MCADD. Well done to all involved!



Nutricia Low Protein Adult Event 2017

Nutricia have planned a Low Protein Adult Weekend for Saturday 14th – Sunday 15th October 2017. It will take place in the Mount Wolseley Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, Tullow, Co Carlow. Please see the following flyer for more information: B17034 Low Protein Event Invite IRL_final Please note that this event is not organised by the NCIMD. Details […]



PKU Association of Ireland meeting

The next PKU Association of Ireland meeting is on the 28th August 2017 at 7.30pm in the Hilton Dublin Hotel on the canal.  http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/ireland/hilton-dublin-DUBDUHN/index.html   Please note that this event is not organised by the NCIMD. Details are posted here to help publicise the event. The NCIMD does not accept responsibility for any content, inaccuracies […]


Congratulations Orla

Ms Orla Purcell,  our senior metabolic dietitian, won 1st place for her oral presentation on growth patterns in the Irish HCU population at the Temple Street Bi- Annual Research, Clinical Audit and QI Day. Well Done Orla!!    


Temple Street Bi-Annual Research, Clinical Audit and QI day

There were lots of posters and presentations at the Temple Street Bi-Annual Research, Clinical Audit and QI day by the metabolic team. Congratulations to all involved, Orla Purcell (senior metabolic dietitian), Emma Lally (metabolic dietitian), Yvonne Rodgers (Senior Clinical Psychologist), Dr Jennifer Finnegan, Rachel Finnegan (ERT co-ordinator) and Amy Craddock (senior dietitian). Well done to all!