LuMind RDS Educational Webinar Series

Researchers Share The Methodology and Progress of Down Syndrome Research

We are excited to offer access to the recordings of our ongoing educational series of webinars — web-based audio and slide presentations — led by the principal investigators of the exciting research for Down syndrome. We believe these sessions offer unprecedented access to the scientists who are actively advancing the field, and we are honored and pleased to be able to offer their perspectives on a regular basis.

We encourage you to share these educational opportunities with other families of loved ones with Down syndrome in your community. Contact us and reference the webinar title in your subject line if you have any additional questions about the research after watching the recording.

To watch a recording of one of the past webinars from the list below, simply click on the link “Play Now” and you’ll be taken to a new window, where you can play back the recording.

You can view and register for upcoming live webinars on the LuMind RDS Calendar.


 

Vanderbilt U. Research: Infant Learning Through Objects for Infants with Down Syndrome
Adaptive play to maximize
object interaction and
learning for infants.
Play Now
UCSD Research: Alzheimer’s in Down Syndrome – Status of Progress and Hope for the Years Ahead
Learn about AD in Ds and
today's clinical trials
with promising therapies.
Play Now
Boston U. Research: What is white matter and why does it matter in Down syndrome
Less white matter in Ds
leads to slower nerve
cell communication
Play Now
MGH/Mass Eye & Ear Clinical Trial: Don’t Let Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) Get in the Way of Cognitive Potential!
Clinical trial for apnea
implant improves sleep
when CPAP mask doesn't
Play Now
Alzheimer’s Biomarkers in Down Syndrome – perspectives from the LonDowns Consortium and DABNI
Novel biomarkers for AD
in Ds are effective
indicators of dementia.
Play Now