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AMMI: Analytics and Machine-Learning in Maternal-Health Intervention

April 15

Join Carolina Health Informatics Program’s (CHIP) Analytics and Machine-Learning in Maternal-Health Intervention (AMMI) virtual conference on April 15 – 16, 2021. The AMMI conference will provide a unique and much needed platform for multi-disciplinary researchers from maternal health, machine learning, informatics, and medical imaging on topics related to prenatal health. Through this event, CHIP aims … Continued

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8:00 am

Pediatrics Grand Rounds presented by Maja Kostic, MD; Michelle Go, MD (UNC)

April 15 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Introduction to Retinopathy of Prematurity: Pathophysiology, Screening, Classification (Kostic); Update on Retinopathy of Prematurity Trials and Management (Go)

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9:00 am

2021 Women’s Heart Symposium

April 15 @ 9:00 am - April 16 @ 5:00 pm

In North Carolina, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women, with heart disease and stroke accounting for more than a quarter of all deaths. Education can help reverse this trend and is the core component of the Women’s Heart Symposium.

We hope you can join Dr. Paula Miller, UNC School of Medicine professor and director of the UNC Women’s Heart Program, and other cardiovascular experts in a range of heart health topics. This year’s event will be virtual, and you are able to sign up for one or multiple sessions below. If you are unable to join sessions live but would like to view a recording later, we encourage you to register.

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12:00 pm

ISP Spring Seminar Series: The Role of Prenatal Experience and Infant Sleep in the Development of Early Childhood Executive Function

April 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

In this seminar, Cathi Propper, PhD, will focus on early predictors of cognitive outcomes in preschool age children. Specifically, prenatal experience such as stress, inflammation, and nutrition play a critical role in shaping childhood developmental trajectories and they differ by sociodemographic status. Prenatal experience may also influence infant sleep across the first year of life, which may act as a mediator of the relationship between prenatal experience and cognitive outcomes.

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7:00 pm

Medical Alumni Association Council Meeting

April 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Our Medical Alumni Association President, Dr. Wesley C. “Cas” Fowler III, has procured Dr. Matthew G. Ewend as our speaker for the Council meeting.  The title of his talk will be, “Can Doctors Influence the Delivery of Health Care Anymore?”  As many of you know Dr. Ewend was the former Chair of the UNC Neurosurgery … Continued

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