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USDA/ARS Children's Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine

 
   

   
 
 

Richard J. Schanler, M.D.

  • Speaker. "Human Milk Fortification 2000." Ross Laboratories seminar, Houston, Texas and El Paso.
  • Visiting Professor. "Breast Milk is Also Food." Pediatric Grand Rounds, Corpus Christi.
  • Speaker. "Feeding the Premature Infant." Tri-regional Neonatology Research Meeting, Houston.
  • Speaker. "The Resurgence of Breastfeeding in the United States." ASNS History of Nutrition Symposium, San Diego, California.
  • Organizer/Moderator. "The Importance of Breastfeeding the Premature Infant: Before and After Hospitalization." Pediatric Academic Societies minicourse, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Speaker. "Breastfeeding and Neurodevelopment." In Pediatric Academic Societies minicourse on "The Importance of Breastfeeding the Premature Infant: Before and After Hospitalization," Boston, Massachusetts,.
  • Speaker. "The Use of a New Human Milk Fortifier." Department of Neonatology, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
  • Speaker. "The Use of a New Human Milk Fortifier." Section of Neonatology, IWK Grace Hospital, Halifax, Canada.
  • Speaker. "Human Milk Fortification 2000." Section of Neonatology, Seattle Children's Hospital, and Tacoma General Hospital, Seattle-Tacoma, Washington.
  • Plenary Speaker. "Challenges in Feeding Premature Infants," "Use of Intravenous Amino Acids in Prematures," "Benefits of Human Milk for Premature Infants," "Fortification of Human Milk for Prematures," "Breastfeeding and Brain Development." Fifth International Symposium of Pediatrics: Neonatal Medicine, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Plenary Speaker. "Sources of Nutrients for the Critically Ill Neonate." Third World Congress on Pediatric Intensive Care, Montreal, Canada.
  • Plenary Speaker. "Highlights in Nutrition of the VLBW Infant 2000." Neonatal Society of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Visiting Professor/Lecturer. "Adequacy of Human Milk for Preterm Infants." Mahidol University Teaching Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Moderator. Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine meeting, Tucson, Arizona.
  • Plenary Lecturer. "Breastfeeding and the NICU Graduate," Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine meeting, Tucson, Arizona, September 11, 2000.
    Moderator. International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation, Tucson, Arizona.
  • Plenary Speaker. "Breastfeeding and Brain Development." Midwest Society for Pediatric Research, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Plenary Lecturer. "Adequacy of Human Milk for Premature Infants," Trento, Italy.
  • Speaker. "Updates from Breastfeeding Organizations." Texas Breastfeeding Summit.
  • Plenary Lecturer. "Challenges in Feeding Premature Infants." University of Miami School of Medicine 24th International Conference: Neonatology 2000, Key Biscayne, Florida.
  • Plenary Lecturer. "Scientific Benefits of Breast Milk for Term and Preterm Infants." University of Miami School of Medicine 24th International Conference: Neonatology 2000, Key Biscayne, Florida.
  • Plenary Lecturer. "Parenteral Nutrition for the High Risk Infant." University of Miami School of Medicine 24th International Conference: Neonatology 2000, Key Biscayne, Florida.
  • Lecturer. "Factors Affecting Gut Development" and "Enteral Feeding of VLBW Infants." 57th Perinatal and Developmental Medicine Symposium on Perinatal Growth and Nutrition, Marco Island, Florida.
  • Moderator. Nutrition session. Hot Topics in Neonatology 2000, Washington, DC.
  • Plenary Speaker. "Aggressive Early Enteral Nutrition." Hot Topics in Neonatology 2000, Washington, DC.
  • Visiting Professor. "Challenges in the Feeding of Premature Infants." Babson Lecture in Neonatology, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon.
  • Plenary Speaker. "Post-discharge Nutritional Support for the Premature Infant." Portland Academy of Pediatrics, Portland, Oregon.
  • Plenary Speaker. "Focus on Neonatal Nutrition." Northwest Neonatal Society, Portland, Oregon.

Robert J. Shulman, M.D.

  • Speaker. "Gastroesophageal Reflux." Nutritionists' meeting, Texas Department of Health, Houston.
  • Speaker. "Effect of Enteral Insulin on Gastrointestinal Development in the Preterm Infant: A Pilot Study." Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Speaker. "Infant Feeding." University of Pittsburgh Pediatric Grand Rounds.
  • Speaker. "Sisyphus Revisited - Feeding the Preterm Infant." Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Reviewer. Abstracts submitted to the American Gastroenterological Association Annual Meeting 2000.

Agneta Sunehag, M.D., Ph.D.

  • Presenter. "Co-ingestion of Glucose Increases the Efficiency of Hepatic Extraction of Galactose." Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.
  • Presenter. "Parenteral Lipids Are Important for Supporting Gluconeogenesis in Very Low Birth Weight Infants" poster symposium. Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Presenter. Poster: "Non-obese Adolescents Adjust to a High Carbohydrate Intake by Increasing Insulin Sensitivity, But Not Insulin Secretion." American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio.

Ignatia B. Van den Veyver, M.D.

  • Speaker. "Mutations in the Gene Encoding X-linked Methyl-CpG-binding Protein 2 (MECP2) Cause Rett Syndrome." Rett Syndrome Workshop, Gordon Research Conference on Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics, Ventura Beach, California.
  • Presenter. Poster: "Mutations in the Gene Encoding X-linked Methyl-CpG-binding Protein 2 (MECP2) Cause Rett Syndrome." Gordon Research Conference on Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics.
  • Lecturer. "Mutations in MeCP2 Cause Rett Syndrome." Department of Pediatrics, Catholic University of Louvain, Louvain, Belgium.
  • Speaker. "Mutations in MeCP2 Cause Rett Syndrome." Belgian Rett Syndrome Association, Gielsbos, Belgium.
  • Speaker. "Mutations in MeCP2 Cause Rett Syndrome." World Congress of Rett Syndome, Nagano, Japan.
  • Presenter. "Mutations in the Gene for X-linked Methyl-CpG binding protein (MECP2) Cause Rett Syndrome." 2000 Annual Meeting, American Association of University Affiliated Programs for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (AAUAP), Seattle, Washington.
  • Speaker. "Genetic Studies on X-linked Dominant Neurodevelopmental Disorders." South Central Conference on Perinatal Research, Austin.

William W. Wong, Ph.D.

  • Speaker. "Potential Health Benefits of Soy in Postmenopausal Women." Experimental Biology 2000, San Diego, California.
  • Speaker. "To Soy or Not to Soy! Possible Alternative to HRT?" Houston Area Dietetic Association, Houston.
  • Speaker. "Body Water Measurements." Pharmacia and Upjohn's Investigator/Study Coordinator Start-Up Meeting, Miami, Florida, September 26; Newport Beach, California.

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