The EURO-WABB project is a European rare disease registry for Wolfram, Alstrom, Bardet Biedl (WABB), Thiamin responsive megaloblastic anaemia, and Wolcott Rollison syndromes. The ISPAD contact persons are Prof Timothy Barrett (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Prof Wojciech Mlynarski (Wojciech.Mlynarski@joslin.harvard.edu).
The current guideline has been developed by ISPAD and the International Diabetes Federation. While there is extensive evidence on the optimal management of type 1 diabetes, unfortunately such care is not reaching many people who could benefit. Guidelines are one part of a process which seeks to address those problems.
ISPAD has 4 prizes available yearly: ISPAD Prize of Achievement ISPAD Award for Education and Advocacy ISPAD Young Investigator Award The ISPAD Prize for Innovation in Pediatric Diabetes Care Please download the file for further information