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NICHD Research for a Lifetime

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1 Thumbnail image Introduction - Alan Guttmacher, Director, NICHD 0:00:05
2 Thumbnail image Welcome - Francis Collins, Director, NIH 0:05:22
3 Thumbnail image Reflections: 50 Years of Scientific Accomplishments - Video presentation featuring Robert Cooke, Duane Alexander, Former NICHD Director, Timothy Shriver, Special Olympics 0:15:46
4 Thumbnail image Setting the Stage: The Role of Scientists in Society - Freeman Hrabowski, III, University of Maryland, Baltimore County 1:07:59
5 Thumbnail image The Mammalian Germline and the Program of Life - Ralph Brinster, University of Pennsylvania 1:26:43
6 Thumbnail image Gene Activity During Embryonic Development - Eric Wieschaus, Princeton University and Howard Hughes Medical Institute 1:43:17
7 Thumbnail image Preventing Chronic Disease by Improving Human Development - David Barker, Oregon Health and Science University and the University of Southampton, UK 2:04:25
8 Thumbnail image Health Over the Life Course: The Integration of Research, Health Care, and Policy - Neal Halfon, University of California, Los Angeles 2:17:40
9 Thumbnail image Improving Pregnancy Outcomes: The Challenge of Prematurity - Geeta Swamy, Duke University 2:43:55
10 Thumbnail image Early Childhood Development: Learning, Behavior, and Health - James Heckman, University of Chicago 3:05:43
11 Thumbnail image Video Premiere: Research for a Lifetime 3:27:23
12 Thumbnail image The Beginning of Translational Research in NICHD’s Intramural Program: Effects on Women’s and Children’s Health - Lynn Loriaux, Oregon Health and Science University 3:42:52
13 Thumbnail image Perspectives from 36 Years of NICHD-Funded Bedside to Bench Activities - William Crowley, Harvard Medical School 4:06:39
14 Thumbnail image New Frontiers in Contraceptive Discovery - Carolyn Westhoff, Columbia University 4:31:54
15 Thumbnail image Neural Repair and Rehabilitation - Michael Selzer, Temple University 4:54:03
16 Thumbnail image Cultivating Leaders for the Next Generation of Biomedical Research - Teresa Woodruff, Northwestern University 5:13:34
17 Thumbnail image Transforming the Culture of Science: Panel Discussion - Chair: Linda Giudice, University of California, San Francisco, Wendy Baldwin, Population Reference Bureau, Joan Reede, Harvard Medical School, Arthur Levine, University of Pittsburgh 5:38:00
18 Thumbnail image Closing Remarks - Alan Guttmacher, Director, NICHD 6:34:59
   
Air date: Wednesday, December 05, 2012, 8:30:00 AM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Views: Total views: 253, (17 Live, 236 On-demand)
Category: Conferences
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Description: This colloquium will feature leading scientists, including Nobel prize laureates, from multiple disciplines who can discuss not only past research accomplishments, but also how current and emerging research can improve the health of women, children, families, and communities over the life course. Discussions will center around evolving research and its potential impact on human health in such areas as developmental biology; the developmental origins of health and disease; prematurity; reproductive health; neural repair and rehabilitation.

For more information go to http://www.nichd.nih.gov/about/meetings/2012/120512-50th.cfm
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Abstract: (CIT): This colloquium will feature leading scientists, including Nobel prize laureates, from multiple disciplines who can discuss not only past research accomplishments, but also how current and emerging research can improve the health of women, children, families, and communities over the life course. Discussions will center around evolving research and its potential impact on human health in such areas as developmental biology; the developmental origins of health and disease; prematurity; reproductive health; neural repair and rehabilitation.
Subjects: Academies and Institutes
Biomedical Research
Child Welfare
Family Health
Human Development
United States
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NLM ID: 101599116
CIT Live ID: 12182
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