Proceedings of the 2nd BEAT-PCD conference and 3rd PCD training school: Part 1

Florian Halbeisen, Claire Hogg, Mikkel C. Alanin, Zuzanna Bukowy-Bieryllo, Francisco Dasi, Julie Duncan, Amanda Friend, Myrofora Goutaki, Claire Jackson, Victoria Keenan, Amanda Harris, Robert A. Hirst, Philipp Latzin, Gemma Marsh, Kim Nielsen, Dominic Norris, Daniel Pellicer, Ana Reula, Bruna Rubbo, Nisreen RummanAmelia Shoemark, Woolf T. Walker, Claudia E. Kuehni, Jane S. Lucas

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Abstract

Primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) is a rare heterogenous condition that causes progressive suppurative lung disease, chronic rhinosinusitis, chronic otitis media, infertility and abnormal situs. 'Better Experimental Approaches to Treat Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia' (BEAT-PCD) is a network of scientists and clinicians coordinating research from basic science through to clinical care with the intention of developing treatments and diagnostics that lead to improved long-term outcomes for patients. BEAT-PCD activities are supported by EU funded COST Action (BM1407). The second BEAT-PCD conference, and third PCD training school were held jointly in April 2017 in Valencia, Spain. Presentations and workshops focussed on advancing the knowledge and skills relating to PCD in: basic science, epidemiology, diagnostic testing, clinical management and clinical trials. The multidisciplinary conference provided an interactive platform for exchanging ideas through a program of lectures, poster presentations, breakout sessions and workshops. Three working groups met to plan consensus statements. Progress with BEAT-PCD projects was shared and new collaborations were fostered. In this report, we summarize the meeting, highlighting developments made during the meeting.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1
Pages (from-to)1-17
Number of pages17
JournalBMC Proceedings
Volume12
Issue numberSuppl. 2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 5 Mar 2018

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