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FNNDSC Weekly Newsletter - Week 45

Upcoming events


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)


February 8-11, 2023 | Clearwater, Florida, USA


December 2-6, 2022 | Nashville, Tennessee

The AES Annual Meeting brings together healthcare providers, scientists, advocates, industry, and other professionals dedicated to better outcomes for people with epilepsy.



 

Highlights from last Monday's pumpkin painting!






 

FNNDSC Spotlight: Juan Carlos Rodríguez Díaz!

Juan Carlos is a Senior Undergraduate Engineering Physics student at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico. He joined the FNNDSC in September. He works as a research intern in the FNNDSC Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) Program with Dr. Jason Sutin, where his main projects are focused on augmentation of the electronic and optical hardware capabilities for the diffuse correlation spectroscopy (DCS) and NIRS systems, aiming to enhance their objective, quantitative diagnose capabilities. He looks forward to continue working on translational research projects and pursue a PhD in Medical Physics.


 

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.



 

 

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