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DEVELOPING BRAIN Institute







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Subject matter experts affiliated with the Developing Brain Institute make regular presentations to internal, external, national and international audiences. Below, please find future sessions and past Zoom recordings.




2021 | Apr 30 - May 10
The Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) connects thousands of pediatricians and other health care providers worldwide. This international gathering, delivered virtually in 2021, offers opportunities for a global audience of physician-scientists, clinicians, and educators to share research, explore new ideas, build career opportunities, and collaborate on future projects. Presentations cover issues of interest to generalists as well as topics critical to a wide array of specialty and sub-specialty areas.


2021 | Mar 3-5
Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D., scheduled to present during the Fetal and Neonatal Neurology Congress: From basic science to clinical application.


2021 | Mar 2-3
Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D., scheduled to deliver keynote speech at the 23rd Biennial Conference of the Israeli Association for Child Development and Rehabilitation.


2021 | Feb 16
Nickie Andescavage, M.D., presents “Gaining new insights into placental health and disease.”
Topics in Prenatal Pediatrics


2021 | Feb 9
John Myseros, M.D., presents “Fetal and congenital hydrocephalus.” Seminars in Prenatal Neurology


2021 | Jan 25-30
Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine 41st annual Pregnancy Meeting.
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2021 | Jan 19
Kevin J. Tracey, M.D., President and CEO and the Karches Family Distinguished Chair in Medical Research at The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research scheduled to present International Symposium on the Fetal Brain video talk.
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2020 | Nov 10
Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D., presented “Pregnant amid the COVID-19 pandemic: How elevated maternal stress affects the developing fetal brain.” Obstetric Medicine Grand Rounds, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.


2020 | Nov 10
Sarah Mulkey, M.D., Ph.D., presented “Congenital infections and the developing brain.”


2020 | Sept 15
Veronica Gomez-Lobo, M.D., presented “Prenatal evaluation of a fetus with a difference in sex development: Limitations and controversies.”
Topics in Fetal Medicine | Children's Live Zoom Presentation


2020 | Aug 18

2020 | Oct 1
The A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation gathered leaders in hospital-based care, community health providers, advocates and philanthropists to discuss innovations in research and practice and working in partnership to help D.C. parents and children.
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2020 | Sept 9
In advance of this year’s National Maternal & Infant Health Summit, a preview video showcases how A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation funding can lead to improved health outcomes for D.C. mothers and babies.
VIEW Pre-summit video


2020 | Aug 18
“Normal and abnormal development of the fetal cerebral venous system”
Jonathan Murnick, M.D., Ph.D.


2020 | Jul 21
“Do maternal stress and depression affect fetal brain development?”
Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D.
Topics in Fetal Medicine | Children's Live Zoom Presentation


2020 | Jun 30
Lee Beers, M.D., FAAP, Children’s National Hospital pediatrician and medical director, and Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D., director of the Developing Brain Institute at Children’s National, discuss the new Clark Parent & Child Network during the Washington Post Live event, “Maternal Health in America.”
VIEW Washington Post Live


Washington Post Live
“Maternal health in America”
Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D. and Lee Beers, M.D.
Maternal Health in America


2020 | May 19
“Ciliopathies in the fetus”
Jamie Fraser, M.D., Ph.D.
Topics in Fetal Medicine | Children's Live Zoom Presentation


2020 | April 21