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FNNDSC Weekly Newsletter - March 25



Upcoming events:


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

Thank you to all those who joined last week's FNNDSC research symposium! Your presence and participation contributed greatly to the success of the event. A special congratulations to our top three presenters, Jennings Zhang, Krizia Incarnato, and Enrique Mondragon Estrada!


Photo: (Symposium organizers) Dr. Stefanie Perrier, Dr. Navaneethakrishna Makaram, Dr. Ellen Grant, Dr. Ai Wern Chung, and Winona Bruce-Baiden


Photo: Jennings Zhang (Top 3 presenter), Dr. Ellen Grant



Photo: Krizia Incarnato (Top 3 presenter), Dr. Ellen Grant



Photo: Enrique Mondragon Estrada Top 3 presenter), Dr. Ellen Grant

 

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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