2018 Anne and Max Tanenbaum Symposium: Brain Development in the Face of Adversity

Nov 14, 2018

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8:15am–12:15pm
Symposium

Details

Nenad Sestan 
Professor, Department of Neuroscience, Yale University
Wired to be Human: Development and Evolution of Neocortical Circuits

Stephen Scherer
Professor, Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto
Molecular Imbalances in Autism Spectrum and Related-Disorders

Jessie Guo
Research Associate, Neurosciences and Mental Health Program, Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto
White Matter Injury in the Developing Brain

Christa Martin
Professor & Director, Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute, Geisinger
Exploring Developmental Brain Disorders in 50K Exomes from a Health System Cohort

Michelle Gaffey
PhD Candidate (Epidemiology), University of Toronto
Effective Implementation of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for Women and Children affected by Armed Conflict


RSVP by November 7th to medicine.research@utoronto.ca

View the event agenda here.

Location

Women's College Hospital, Conference Centre Auditorium
76 Grenville Street
Toronto
2018-11-14 13:15:00 2018-11-14 17:15:00 UTC 2018 Anne and Max Tanenbaum Symposium: Brain Development in the Face of Adversity Nenad Sestan Professor, Department of Neuroscience, Yale UniversityWired to be Human: Development and Evolution of Neocortical Circuits Stephen SchererProfessor, Hospital for Sick Children and University of TorontoMolecular Imbalances in Autism Spectrum and Related-Disorders Jessie GuoResearch Associate, Neurosciences and Mental Health Program, Hospital for Sick Children and University of TorontoWhite Matter Injury in the Developing Brain Christa MartinProfessor & Director, Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute, GeisingerExploring Developmental Brain Disorders in 50K Exomes from a Health System Cohort Michelle GaffeyPhD Candidate (Epidemiology), University of TorontoEffective Implementation of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for Women and Children affected by Armed Conflict RSVP by November 7th to medicine.research@utoronto.ca View the event agenda here. 76 Grenville Street - Women's College Hospital, Conference Centre Auditorium medicine.research@utoronto.ca
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