Introduction CDLS (suite)

  


Introduction CDLS (suite)

Une introduction approfondie au syndrome de Cornelia de Lange. Nos experts présenteront;
  • Problème de santé important: plus particulièrement les problèmes d’alimentation et le reflux,
  • Développement et comportement
Nous sommes très fiers de la publication en 2018-2019 de la première déclaration du Consensus international sur le syndrome de Cornelia de Lange. tous les présentateurs de cette conférence ont activement travaillé à cette déclaration. Maintenant, vous pouvez poser les questions, mais aussi savoir où il n’y a pas encore de "consensus" ...

Meet our experts

We are doing our best to invite those from around the world that can give you the insights you hope for. Both professors, teachers, experienced parents or siblings will discuss the topics for the best quality of life possible. Our motto; TOGETHER!

David FitzPatrick

David FitzPatrick

is a professor and has been a consultant in paediatric genetics in Edinburgh since 1994. His clinical interests are in paediatric neurodevelopmental disorders and in the identification of genetic causes of serious developmental disorders.

He studied medicine at University of Edinburgh and then trained in paediatrics in Edinburgh, Bristol and Glasgow. He trained in clinical genetics in Glasgow as a Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow and in Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Clinical Research Fellowship. 

member of the scientific advisory council of the CdLS World Federation.

Chris Oliver

Chris Oliver

is currently researching early intervention, behaviour disorders in people with severe intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder, behavioural phenotypes in genetic syndromes and neuropsychological and behavioural assessment for people with severe intellectual disability. 

He is Professor of Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the University of Birmingham and Director of the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

He was trained as a clinical psychologist at Edinburgh University before completing a PhD on self-injurious behaviour in people with intellectual disability at the Institute of Psychiatry, London. 

Editor in Chief for the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. He is a member of the scientific advisory council of the CdLS World Federation.

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