The proceedings have been published in the Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease     Volume 32 No 3 June 2009



First Annual Symposium on Pediatric Neurotransmitter
Diseases May 18 to 19, 2002 Annals of Neurology Vol 54 Supplement 6 2003 For a free copy of the Journal
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Angela's House Fundraing Event Raised
$4,800 for the PND Association 
Please check back for the 2009 date.
Special thanks to all who helped make this even a success! 

Is a 501 C3 non-profit organization that is sponsoring this fundraiser to support the research of many different childhood diseases and disorders. Some of these diseases are the rarest in the world. Our goal is to raise awareness and money to help find a cure. Net proceeds of this event will be granted to the research organizations of each disease or disorder listed below.

Pediatric Neurotransmitter Diseases * Ocular Albinism * Protein-losing Enteropathy Cloacal Exstrophy * Cockayne Syndrome * Brain Tumor * Leukemia * Chiari Malformation Hypoplastic left Heart Syndrome * Epidermolysis Bullosa * Spinal Muscular Atrophy Friedeichs Ataxia * Rett Syndrome * Sanfilippo Syndrome * Pallister-Killian Syndrome Charge Syndrome * Muscular Dystrophy * Lissencephaly * Nemaline Rod Myopathy

Join us For an Enchanting Evening at Oheka Castle

Hors d’Oeuvres & Cocktails
Fine Cuisine Presented by Local Restaurants
Music & Dancing
Chinese Auction

$125 per person
Oheka Castle
135 West Gate Drive, Cold Spring Hills
Huntington, New York 11743

Click here to print the Registration/Sponsor Form 

Almost a century ago, financier and philanthropist, Otto Hermann Kahn built Oheka Castle in the middle of a 443 acre plot on the highest point on Long Island in Cold Spring Harbor. At the time of its construction, the French-style chateau was and still is today, the second-largest private residence ever built in America. Today, the now restored Oheka Castle is once again elegant and refined and enjoyed by all who pass through the grand doors of the Estate. The breathtakingly beautiful Oheka Castle must be seen to be appreciated

For Ticket and Journal information visit: www.AngelaHouse.org
or call (631) 979-2620
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