12 November 2018

The Stofwisselkracht Foundation raises funds for research into metabolic diseases in a sporting and original way.

Walinka van Tol, Federica Conte and Mohammad Alsady, theme Disorders of movement, received two Stofwisselkracht Foundation grants of 46.000 euro for research into glycosylation related neuromuscular diseases.

More information about the Stofwisselkracht Foundation (only in Dutch): link.

Mohammad Alsady (l) Walinka van Tol (m) Federica Conte (r)

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