MENA Organization for Rare Diseases Annual Meeting 2023

MENA Organization for Rare Diseases Annual Meeting 2023

In the presence and under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, the MENA Organization for Rare Diseases Annual Meeting 2023 will be held in Dubai from 3 to 5 March 2023. The meeting is endorsed by Ministry of Health, Ministry of Community Development, Dubai Health Authority, and Emirates Health Services. The Conference Chairman is Dr. Ayman El-Hattab, Professor at University of Sharjah College of Medicine, and Consultant Clinical Genetics. 

The conference will be the largest event for rare disease in the region and will last for three days during which more than 100 speakers will deliver the most updated knowledge in presentations, symposiums, and workshops related to rare diseases in various clinical fields. The conference will also emphasize on research, achievements, and latest advancements in diagnostics and therapeutics in rare diseases. The meeting will present awards to the best submitted abstracts and several other awards.

In addition to healthcare providers, students, and researchers; individuals with rare disease and their families will participate by attending presentations, workshops, and group meetings. Laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, clinics and hospitals, academic and community institutions, and several authorities and societies focusing on rare diseases will also participate. The meeting goal is to bring all parties involved in rare diseases in one place to connect and exchange knowledge under one umbrella aiming to increase awareness, advance research, and provide better care for individuals with rare diseases. For more information, please visit the website:

This meeting is organized by the MENA Organization for Rare Diseases which was established to serve and support people with rare diseases in the region of Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The goals of MENA Organization for Rare Diseases are to educate and spread knowledge about rare diseases, connect patients and healthcare providers to exchange knowledge and facilitate services for people with rare diseases, and provide support for individuals with rare diseases and their families.  

Published on: 12 January 2023 | Source: