“Disease in Children”
Meaghan Creed: “Dissecting the mechanism of deep brain stimulation”
Ream Al-Hasani: “Neonatal abstinence syndrome”
Sarah England: “Circadian rhythms and preterm birth”
The study of neurodevelopmental disease would benefit from collaboration across disciplines and departments. In this seminar, Meaghan Creed PhD from the Department of Anesthesia, Ream Al-Hasani PhD from the Department of Anesthesia, and Sarah England, PhD from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology discuss their work on topics relevant to disease in children. Dr. Creed will discuss dissecting the mechanism of deep brain stimulation, now increasingly used in children for movement disorder treatment. Dr. Al-Hasani will discuss her collaborative work on neonatal abstinence syndrome. Dr. England will discuss her work on circadian rhythms and preterm birth. Please join us for this scientifically diverse set of lectures!
Hosted by the Division of Pediatric and Developmental Neurobiology
For inquiries contact Dorothy Campbell.