Autumn Meeting 2021

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Autumn Meeting 2021

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5pm on 14th October 2021

Keynote Lecture

Prof Petter Brodin, Department of Immunology and Inflammation, Imperial College London:

 ‘Developmental immune-microbe interactions: targets for improving life course health?’

The Widdowson Lecture

Introduced by Professor James Boardman, President
Professor Michael Obladen, Department of Neonatology, Charité University Medicine Berlin:

‘A history of the neonate’s past: lessons from triumphs and catastrophes’

Session 1

9:00. Paul Crawley, King’s College London
Portable point-of-care ultra-low field magnetic resonance brain imaging for newborn infants

9:15. Sijia Yao, Imperial College London

Postnatal steroid use in the United Kingdom 2012-2019: A population study using the National Neonatal Research Database

9.30. David Stoye, National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, University of Oxford
Early neonatal feeding exposure and outcomes in infants born very preterm or with very low birth weight: a secondary analysis of the SIFT data

9.45. Graciaa Singhal, Imperial College London
The timing of stoma closure in neonates – a UK population study using the National Neonatal Research Database

10:00. Tea / coffee

Session 2

10:30. Leike Hoogenboom, Maastricht University Medical Centre
Chorioamnionitis causes kidney inflammation, podocyte damage and pro-fibrotic changes in fetal lambs

10:45. Fraser G Christie, Royal Infirmary Edinburgh & University of Edinburgh
The SCO2T Study – randomised cross-over study of servo control oxygen targeting for preterm infants

11:00. Daria Andreeva, King’s College London
Trends in Covid-19 antibody prevalence in a cohort of pregnant women at a large inner-city maternity unit.

11:15. Tea / coffee

Session 3

11:45. Keynote Lecture
Professor Petter Brodin, Department of Immunology and Inflammation, Imperial College London:
Developmental immune-microbe interactions: targets for improving life course health?

12:30. Annual General Meeting (Open to members of the Neonatal Society)
Virtual breakout session

13:30. Lunch break

Session 4

14:30. Constance Burgod, Imperial College London
Whole blood gene expression profile provides insights into lack of hypothermic neuroprotection after hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy in low and middle-income countries

14:45. Deepika Shukla, Imperial College London
Assessment of hypothermic neuroprotection for neonatal encephalopathy using quantitive magnetic resonance biomarkers in low and middle-income countries

15:00. Kathryn Woodward, University of Bristol
Developmental and behavioural outcomes of early school-age children with motion artefacts on brain MRI scans

15:15. Daniel Cromb, King’s College London
Common genetic variation on IGFBP7 is associated with cortical brain development in preterm infants

15.30. Afternoon Tea / Coffee

Session 5

16:00. Ammee Ahlia Gala, University of St Andrews
Impact of mild therapeutic hypothermia on the stool microbiome of newborns with hypoxicischemic encephalopathy

16:15. Paola Galdi, MRC/University of Edinburgh Centre for Reproductive Health
Feature similarity gradients detect alterations in the neonatal cortex associated with preterm birth

16:30. Rebekah Nixon, The Royal London Hospital
Lipidomic insights from dried blood spots of newborns undergoing mild therapeutic hypothermia for hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy

16:45. Logan Williams, King’s College London
Structural and functional asymmetry of the neonatal cerebral cortex

Session 6

17:10. Prizes for best presentations

17:15. Widdowson Lecture – Introduced by Professor James Boardman, President
Professor Michael Obladen, Department of Neonatology, Charité University Medicine Berlin: A history of the neonate’s past: lessons from triumphs and catastrophes

18:15. Close of meeting

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