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2004 Autumn Programme

18th November 2004

Jarvis Hall, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London

9.15 Coffee

Chairman: Dr Nikki Robertson

9.45 Dr Jon Dorling. Leicester Royal Infirmary
Developing a score for predicting neurological outcome following prematurity: the effect of birthweight and gestational age

10.00 Dr Topun Austin. University College London
Relationship between cerebral oxygen delivery, metabolism and mean oxygen saturation in the newborn infant

10.15 Dr Alan Groves. Auckland City Hospital, New Zealand
Relationship between blood pressure and blood flow in the first postnatal day in preterm infants

10.30 Dr Daniel West. University College London
Secondary energy failure in a piglet model of hypoxic ischaemic brain injury assessed by serial phosphorous magnetic resonance spectroscopy, water apparent diffusion and electrophysiology: a pilot study

10.45 Dr Christina Malamateniou. Hammersmith Hospital, London
Morphological differences of neonatal cerebral vascular development associated with preterm delivery: an MRA study at 3 tesla

11.00 Coffee

Chairman: Professor Andrew Wilkinson

11.30 Dr Phil Ward. Imperial College London
Reduced fractional anisotropy on diffusion tensor MR imaging following hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy

11.45 Dr Giles Kendall. University College London
Amiloride is neuroprotective when administered before hypoxia ischaemia in a neonatal mouse model

12.00 Professor Hugo Lagercrantz – Stockholm, Sweden
Widdowson Lecture (sponsored by Chiesi): The development of the brain and the emergence of the mind

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00 – 14.30 AGM – Members only

Chairman: Dr Howard Clarke

14.30 Dr Win Tin. The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough
Are asymptomatic low blood glucose levels in babies of less than 32 weeks gestation really damaging?

14.45 Dr N Modi. Imperial College London
Increasing adiposity accompanies accelerated linear growth in healthy human infants

15.00 Dr Paul Clarke. Hope Hospital, Manchester
Vitamin K status of preterm infants with a prolonged prothrombin time

15.15 Tea

Chairman: Dr Andrew Lyon

15.45 Dr Geraldine Ng. St George’s Hospital, London
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Series – a comparison of two therapeutic eras

16.00 Dr Sanjay Gupta. The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough
Outcome of babies requiring adrenaline during resuscitation at birth

16.15 Dr Howard Clark. University of Oxford
Early treatment with a recombinant fragment of human surfactant protein D reduces the degree of emphysematous change developing in SP-D knock-out mice

16.30 Dr Gopi Menon. Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
Late infection in a randomised controlled trial of pre-emptive morphine analgesia in preterm infants

16.45 Dr G Gavriel. Imperial College London
Neonatal buccal cell collection for DNA analysis

17.00 Close of meeting and Drinks

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