CIAS participation in the 1st W.A.R.D. (Berlin, 2019)

The 1st Workshop on Ancient Rare Diseases, focussing on paleopathological record and data dissemination, took place in Berlin, from the 27th of February to the 1st of March 2019, in the wider frame of the international Rare Disease Day.

Bruno Magalhães and Ana Luísa Santos were invited speakers with the presentations Sclerosing bone dysplasias and the ossification pathway: differential diagnosis of a diffuse sclerosis in a skull of an identified male (early 20th century Coimbra, Portugal) and Two women (18th -20th century) with short stature: the challenge of the differential diagnosis, respectively. 

Ana Maria Silva and Sofia Tereso presented a poster entitled Development anomalies of the vertebral column in Portuguese Prehistoric samples

Vítor Matos and Ângela Araújo (former student) were also present at the workshop which aimed to create a platform for a more systematic approach to rare diseases, where single cases were collected, discussed and integrated in a broader overview.

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A primeira edição do Workshop on Ancient Rare Diseases, que decorreu em Berlim (Alemanha) entre 27 de fevereiro e 1 de março, contou com a participação de vários investigadores do CIAS. 

Foram feitas duas apresentações orais: Sclerosing bone dysplasias and the ossification pathway: differential diagnosis of a diffuse sclerosis in a skull of an identified male (early 20th century Coimbra, Portugal) apresentada por Bruno Magalhães e Two women (18th -20th century) with short stature: the challenge of the differential diagnosis apresentada por Ana Luísa Santos. 

Ana Maria Silva e Sofia Tereso fizeram uma comunicação por poster com o título Development anomalies of the vertebral column in Portuguese Prehistoric samples

No workshop, estiveram ainda presentes Vítor Matos e Ângela Araújo. Fica uma foto do grupo.

CIAS, W.A.R.D. Berlin
CIAS participation in the 1st W.A.R.D. (Berlin, 2019)
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