FNNDSC Weekly Newsletter - Week 38


Upcoming events


September 22: NBS Webinar Session: Dr. Mark Scher – Neonatal EEG Sleep Analysis as a Complex Phenotype


September 22: Free MIT Event: Picower Institute for Learning and Memory's 20th Anniversary

For more information: https://picower.mit.edu/events/two-decades-discovery-and-impact?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20th%20Exhibition&utm_content=20th%20Exhibition+CID_e77ada70e6d88bd82d5b0aead90825b6&utm_source=Picower%20Campaign%20Monitor&utm_term=Two%20decades%20of%20neuroscience%20discovery%20%20impact


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.

More information here: CNS Annual Meeting - Child Neurology Society


INBBC 2023 14th International Newborn Brain Conference

Abstracts are being accepted from July 15th, 2022 at 8:00 AM EDT until September 30th 2022 at 11:59 PM for the 2023 International Newborn Brain Conference in Clearwater, Florida.

Various Dates: Newborn Brain Society - Fetal Neurology Webinar Series Helpful LinksResearch Computing Data ManagementResearch Computing Self PortalResearch Announcements & NewsOffice of Sponsored Programs UpdatesFunding Opportunities and LinksStaff Resources - Covid-19Covid Vaccine FAQs


 

Scheduling Booster Doses

The new Pfizer bivalent booster recommendation applies to those people ages 12 years and older AND who are two months out from the completion of their primary series or their most recent booster.

BCH employees are asked to schedule their booster dose in advance. We will accept walk-ins.

· Employees may schedule by emailing COVIDVACCINERESCHEDULE@childrens.harvard.edu with the following information: name, CH ID#, date of last vaccine dose, and requested appointment date and time.

· Employees may schedule by calling our PLP scheduling line at 617-919-7102.

Please note that receiving the single bivalent mRNA booster replaces all prior booster recommendations for this age group.

*Boston Children’s will offer the Moderna Bivalent COVID-19 booster when available.

 

FNNDSC Wellness Club



What is Ride to Cure Kids?

Big energy and high impact, Ride to Cure Kids invites indoor cyclists (age 18+) of all levels to the new, world-class TRACK at new balance. Ride at your own pace, while accelerating research breakthroughs for kids at Boston Children's Hospital. There's a DJ, massage tables and more to amp up the good vibes for you and your ride team.

Join us for the first-ever Ride to Cure Kids on November 12, 2022.


For more information visit https://secure.childrenshospital.org/site/TR?fr_id=2250&pg=entry


From June 5th to October 1st, free fitness classes are offered in parks throughout Boston. More information, including any cancelations, are provided on Facebook and Twitter at @bostonparksdept and @healthyboston. Virtual and in person options are available.



A great variety of classes, including circuit style, yoga, sculpt, abs & body, athletic conditioning, kickboxing​, and pilates.




Longwood’s Public Programming Initiative

Open Weekdays, 9:30A – 4:30P, now through mid-October.

Programs are weather permitted.



Wag Wednesdays! Come play with puppies at Joslin Park in Longwood. Every Wednesday from 12-2PM at Joslin Park https://www.masco.org/enhancing-the-lma/outside


 

Monkeypox Facts and Prevention


Monkeypox is a disease that is caused by infection with a virus. The virus is similar to the variola virus which causes smallpox and the cowpox virus.


Monkeypox is a virus that can be spread from person to person through close contact. This can happen by touching the sores (lesions) of a person who is infected, by touching clothing, bed linens, or equipment that have been contaminated by fluid from infected lesions, or through respiratory droplets when people are in prolonged (>3 hours) face-to-face contact. Sexual contact with someone who is symptomatic is also considered to pose a higher risk for transmission.


Here is more information on the Emergency Management’s monkeypox webpage and the Open Meeting video.


 

Brain Games

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