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3rd Biennial 22q11 Deletion Syndrome Virtual Symposium

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Join us on November 10th to learn about the latest research developments in 22q11!

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This scientific meeting will bring together an interdisciplinary community of clinicians, basic scientists and translational investigators to highlight new research and emerging topics in 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome (22q11.2DS), and aims to foster close interdisciplinary discourse. The 2021 virtual Symposium will include the following sessions: Genetics, Genomics and Development, with an overall theme of understanding the mechanisms underlying clinical variability in 22q11.2DS.

The symposium is a biennial meeting jointly sponsored by the Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI) and Stanford Center for Definitive and Curative Medicine (CDCM).

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• Dr Peter Scambler, University College London

• Dr Raquel Gur, University of Pennsylvania

• Dr Anthony-Samuel Lamantia, Virginia Tech

• Dr Rene Maehr, University of Massachusetts Medical School

• Dr Bernice Morrow, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

• Dr Joris Vermeesch, KU Leuven

• Dr Robert Kelly, Aix Marseilles University

• Dr Casey Gifford, Stanford University

• Dr Ralda Nehme, Broad Institute

• Dr Thomas Sudhof, Stanford University

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Advancing Research in Maternal and Child Health. The Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI) accelerates Stanford discoveries to improve the health of pregnant women and children by fostering transdisciplinary research in the pre-clinical, clinical, and basic sciences. The MCHRI works in partnership with the Stanford Children’s Health - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford (LPCH), the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health (LPFCH), and the Stanford School of Medicine (SOM).

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