You’re invited to the Conference on the
Progress of Down Syndrome Research
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
We invite you to attend this great research symposium on March 20 @ 1:30pm in Mineola, New York organized by our friends at Alexander’s Angels featuring great research that has been supported by LuMind RDS. It’s a great opportunity to hear about progress in Down syndrome research directly from the researchers. The symposium is open to families and healthcare providers. Space is limited so you can reserve your spot today online at winthrop.cloud-cme.com.
The Up of Down: An Insight into the World of Down Syndrome is a Joint Provider Conference with Alexander’s Angels, Inc. and NYU Winthrop Hospital. The focus is to highlight the Down syndrome research progress and consists of speakers from a broad spectrum of specialties. Current findings will be presented by faculty from prestigious universities with affiliated hospitals on their campus. The conference will cover a wide range of topics including plans to explore a broad number of topics related to Down syndrome.
Roger Reeves, PhD.
Rethinking Alzheimer Disease in the Context of Down Syndrome
William Mobley, MD, PhD
Gene Dosage in Cellular Models of Trisomy 21
Stefan Pinter, PhD
Review the FDA Approved Study Looking at the Effect of Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation in Treating Children Ages 10 to 21 with Down Syndrome and Significant Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
Christopher Hartnick, MD, MS
At the end of this symposium, learners should be able to:
• Discuss improvements in learning and memory in individuals with Down syndrome
• Assess and discuss why we see early onset Alzheimer’s in individuals with Down syndrome
• Explain research findings regarding cellular models
• Discuss common developmental and behavioral observations of individuals with Down syndrome
• Identify medical predispositions in individuals with Down syndrome
• Benefits of Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation
• Discuss the effects of Down syndrome on the immune system
Please register at winthrop.cloud-cme.com
SPACE IS LIMITED. REGISTER EARLY.
NYU Winthrop Research & Academic Conference Center
101 Mineola Boulevard
Mineola, NY 11501
Registration is FREE and includes educational materials, refreshments and CME-CE credit certificate.