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HISTORY
The Society’s origins date back to 1971, when a Working Group led by I. Szám, D. Müting and V. Bräutigam organized an International Symposium on Ammonia Metabolism. Held in Budapest in May 1972, this first symposium featured Sir Hans Adolf Krebs’ presentation of the newly discovered urea cycle. The well-attended event provided a great opportunity to discuss different aspects of ammonia metabolism and ammonia-related disorders. From that date onwards, the meeting has become a popular triannual event.

NUMBER YEAR YEAR LOCATION PRESIDENT
1 1972 Budapest (Hungary) Szám, D. Müting and V. Bräutigam
2 1974 Strasbourg (France) J. Stahl
3 1977 Baden (Austria) F. Wewalka
4 1980 Heidelberg (Germany) E. Holm
5 1984 Semmering (Austria) G. Kleinberger
6 1987 Vaalsbroek Castle (Netherlands) P.B. Soeters
7 1990 Lund (Sweden) B. Jeppson and H.Vilstrup
8 1993 Frascati- Rome (Italy) L. Capocaccia
9 1996 Newcastle Upon Tyne (U.K.) C. Record
10 1999 Istanbul (Turkey) C. Yurdaydin
11 2002 Amsterdam (The Netherlands) RAFM Chamuleau and A. Meijer
12 2005 Düsseldorf (Germany) D. Häussinger
13 2008 Abano - Padova (Italy) P. Amodio
14 2010 Val David (Canada) R.F. Butterworth
15 2012 Grenaa (Denmark) Hendrik Vilstrup
16 2014 Surrey (UK) Rajiv Jalan
17 2017 Delhi (India) Radha K Dhiman
18 2019 Williamsburg, Virginia, USA Jasmohan Bajaj
 
The next meeting will be held in Padova, Italy on 6-9 October 2021 - hosted by Sara Montagnese Professor of Medicine and Honorary Consultant Physician at Padova University Hospital (Twitter: @MontagneseSara).
 
 
 
 
 
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