Webinar: “Multidisciplinary Diagnostic and Management Approach to the Ehlers-Danlos Patient”


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TOPIC: “Multidisciplinary Diagnostic and Management Approach to the Ehlers-Danlos Patient”

PRESENTER: Dr. Marco Castori

 

 

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About our speaker:

  • Marco Castori is a MD in Rome, Italy with expertise in hereditary systemic connective tissue disorders, particularly Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
  • He obtained his PhD degree with a clinical research project on phenotype variability in Ehlers-Danlos syndrome hypermobility type.
  • Dr. Castori has a fixed position as senior hospital-based physician (Clinical/Medical Genetics) at the Division/Laboratory of Medical Genetics of the San Camillo-Forlanini Hospital in Rome (Italy).
  • Dr. Castori’s fields of interest include hereditary systemic connective tissue and skin disorders, skeletal dysplasias, foetal pathology, clinical dysmorphology and intellectual disability.
  • He is (co)author of more than one hundred-thirty publications in international peer-reviewed journals and of fourteen chapters in edited books.
  • Dr. Castori is member of the advisory board of several Italian patients’ associations, the Ehlers-Danlos society and member of the multidisciplinary team of the Chiari Center at the Neurological Surgery P.C. (New York, US).

View Dr. Castori’s publications

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