11th Hershey Conference on Developmental Brain Injury

From ‘Metabolomics’ to Translation – molecular insights that inform therapies.

This year’s emphasis on mechanisms of injury – including the role of metabolomics, organelles, and neurovascular coupling – is especially timely as diseases, such as Cerebral Palsy, are the most amenable to cell therapy in the very near future.

Specific Program

To develop the overall theme of the meeting we have chosen several well-known

scientists from outside the field of neonatal brain injury who can address different

aspects of this theme, as divided into sub-topics. The inclusion of participants

outside the field also ensures that our group does not become too homogeneous in

perspective.

Location

Asilomar Conference Center
Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, California

There will be 5 sub-topics:

  1. Neurovascular coupling in brain development and disease;
  2. Metabolomics and biomarkers in developmental brain injury;
  3. Organelles and therapies;
  4. Stem cells for Cerebral Palsy;
  5. Industry – Academia Relations.

Each sub-theme will lead off with the invited speakers, as described below, followed by short talks from meeting participants based on abstract submission and scoring. All of the speakers listed below, with tentative titles, have confirmed their participation. 

Final Program

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