Joost Hoenderop, Jeroen de Baaij, and Pieter Leermakers attended to discuss and present the newest findings on CNNM2-related research, and discuss how to implement these insights in future research plans.
In the three days of active discussion, patient perspectives, clinical outcomes, newly discovered CNNM2 mutations, the generation of novel murine models and measurement techniques, and the molecular mechanisms of CNNM function were all addressed in detail. With these novel insights, the Radboudumc CNNM2 team will be able to adjust the current research line to better fit current stat-of-the art and improve their quality of research.
Moreover, the host laboratory organized many events during the stay, like a beautiful excursion to the Orford Mountain, a wine tasting, and many great diners. There was also time to visit the McGill University Faculty Club, to discover the old- and new- parts of the city, and climb the stairs to it’s name giver ‘the Mount Royal’. Therefore, the total trip was a nice combination between science, sightseeing, and gastronomy.
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