ELA international repeats the ELA Families/Researchers meeting virtually, an event open to the international community of patients affected by leukodystrophy. A simultaneous translation in 5 languages (German, English, Spanish, French, Italian) allowed everyone to follow the presentations live.  The videos of the meeting are available. You can review it now:Read More →

ELA International, partner of NG4Leuko’s program led by Vivi Heine, professor of neuroscience at the University of Amsterdam, organized a review meeting in Paris which brought together 5 teams of European researchers involved in the project. After a convivial diner organized in a typical Parisian brasserie on Thursday, researchers hadRead More →

Following the symposium organized by ELA International in September 2022 on “Therapeutic Innovation: what rules and access?”, ELA International decided to set up a research ethics committee. This committee brings together 11 experts in ethics, law, human sciences, representatives of ELA families, and scientists, to promote a collegial and multidisciplinaryRead More →

Since its creation in 1992, ELA has forged special ties with Nathalie Cartier and has strongly supported her work. She participated in several events to support the actions of ELA and was a member of the Scientific Committee of ELA International from 2018 to 2022. At a time when geneRead More →

The 3rd MLD Alliance international congress on newborn screening for metachromatic leukodystrophy (MLD) was held in Florence on November 3rd and 4th 2022. It brought together some sixty clinicians, scientists, industry and patient association representatives. The 1st day, some specific workshops were organized. Scientists shared information about the ongoing newbornRead More →

ELA International organized a virtual symposium on Saturday September 24, 2022   Therapeutic innovation: what ethical rules and what access? This event is a continuation of a first important event organized in last November on Clinical trials and Ethics. It brought together medical experts, industrialists, health agencies and families to exploreRead More →