FNNDSC Weekly Newsletter - Week 3
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Brain & Brain PET 2022: Abstract Submission due January 23, 2022
Abstract | Brain & Brain PET 2022 (brain2022.scot)
32nd International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology: Deadline extended! Now accepting poster abstracts through January 31, 2022.
Poster Abstracts - International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (site-ym.com)
13th International Newborn Brain Conference (mcascientificevents.eu): February 10-12, 2022
Will be held online
Flux 2022 | September 7-9, 2022 | La Sorbonne Paris, France
The deadline to submit a symposia abstract is February 25, 2022.
Learn more about their 2022 Paris Flux Congress and submit your Symposia HERE.
The 22nd International Conference on Biomagnetism: August 28 – September 1, 2022
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Call for Abstracts/Posters submissions has been extended to Friday March 18, 2022
Society for Neuroscience: November 12-16, 2022; San Diego, CA
online abstract submission opens on June 21
More information on abstract deadlines here: Society for Neuroscience - Dates and Deadlines (sfn.org)
51ST CNS ANNUAL MEETING: The 51st CNS Annual Meeting will be held at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, Ohio October 12-15, 2022.
The abstract submission portal will be open February 1 – April 1, 2022. More information here: CNS Annual Meeting - Child Neurology Society
Various Dates: Newborn Brain Society - Fetal Neurology Webinar Series Helpful Links ▴ Research Computing Data Management ▴ Research Computing Self Portal ▴ Research Announcements & News ▴ Office of Sponsored Programs Updates ▴ Funding Opportunities and Links ▴ Staff Resources - Covid-19 ▴ Covid Vaccine FAQs
FNNDSC Project Update(s):
Taylor Vadset's article titled "Improving Infant Hydrocephalus Outcomes in Uganda: A Longitudinal Prospective Study Protocol for Predicting Developmental Outcomes and Identifying Patients at Risk for Early Treatment Failure after ETV/CPC" was recently published in Metabolites as part of the Special Issue Optical Assessment of Metabolism. Taylor would like to thank everyone involved, with a special thanks to Ivy Lin and Ajay Rajaram for their guidance and encouragement throughout writing her first paper!
Additionally, Ajay Rajaram was awarded the Hydrocephalus Association’s Young Investigator Travel Award to present at the 2022 National Conference on Hydrocephalus in Austin, TX.
The NIRS team hopes that everyone had great break and are ready to get back to another busy week of measurements!
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