Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) is an extremely rare and disabling genetic condition in which skeletal muscle and connective tissue, such as tendons and ligaments, are gradually replaced by bone. 

This independent educational program aims to raise awareness and highlight the advances being made which have the potential to change the outlook for people with FOP. 

Interactive webcast

This case-based interactive webcast covers important topics within the diagnosis and management of FOP, such as:

  • New presentation of FOP
  • Flare-up management
  • Common complications of FOP
  • Considerations for vaccination / immunizations

Dr Pignolo is joined by an internationally renowned faculty: Dr Geneviève Baujat, Dr Carmen De Cunto, Dr Chris Scott, and Professor Richard Keen.

Clinical diagnosis and treatment video modules

What should you do if FOP if suspected and/or confirmed?

These two eLearning modules include expert-to-expert discussion and the latest guidelines and data on how to accurately diagnose FOP, as well as the current and future management options once a diagnosis is reached.

Specialist centers

Explore the different centers across the world that specialize in the care of FOP.

Program director

Dr. Robert Pignolo,
Mayo Clinic, USA

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