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FNNDSC Weekly Newsletter - Mar. 18


Upcoming events:


FNNDSC Research Symposium | March 20, 2024 | Boston, MA

401 Park Drive, 2nd floor and Zoom

Zoom link for virtual attendees:

Meeting ID: 967 2479 4889

Password: 821407


Pediatric Academic Societies | May 2-6, 2024 | Toronto, Canada


OHBM 2024 | June 23 - 27, 2024 | Seoul, Korea


Society for Neuroscience | October 5–9,  2024 | Chicago, IL


MICCAI 2024 | October 6-10, 2024 | Marrakesh, Morocco


Various Dates: Newborn Brain Society - Fetal Neurology Webinar Series


 

FNNDSC Research Symposium

The FNNDSC Symposium will be held this Wednesday March 20th in the Landmark Center 2nd Floor Lobby Conference Room. A zoom link is also provided below for those attending virtually. The program for the symposium includes the order of presentations. Our interns, trainees, students, and RAs have worked hard to create a fantastic round of talks showcasing their projects and work at the FNNDSC!


Awards will be given for the top 3 presentations, as scored by FNNDSC faculty, fellows, and staff scientists in attendance. At the beginning of the event, scoring materials and instructions will be given to those available to participate in judging.


All attendees are welcome to arrive from 11:45am-12:00pm, as lunch will be available starting at this time. The schedule will officially begin at 12:15pm.


We also ask all presenters to arrive at 11:45 AM, to ensure a smooth set-up before the start of the symposium.


For those attending virtually, the following zoom link can be used:

Meeting ID: 967 2479 4889

Password: 821407




 

FNNDSC Studies Currently Recruiting




The HEALthy Brain and Child Development (HBCD) Study is recruiting people who are pregnant. We hope to learn how early life experiences can shape how a child develops.

Families are asked to participate in activities once during pregnancy, and across several visits during early childhood. Study activities include:

• Surveys about daily experiences

• Biological samples like saliva from you and your child

• Interactive activities for you and your child

• Pictures of your child’s brain

• Wearable sensors to measure your child’s heartbeat and movement

• Physical measurements of your child’s growth

If you're interested in joining this exciting study, you can learn more at https://HBCDStudy.org, or contact HBCD@childrens.harvard.edu. We would love to have you and your family be a part of this important research!

 

Brain Games 🧠 📝



 

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If you have something that you would like to see featured in the next newsletter, please contact Winona Bruce-Baiden at: winona.bruce-baiden@childrens.harvard.edu.

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