Children’s Specialized Hospital Research Center is proud to provide our Distinguished Lecture Series; a free- research education program for health care professionals to attend lectures and meet world-renowned doctors and research specialists on various topics and studies affecting the health care industry today.
Because we understand the important role that education and research play to facilitate ground-breaking discoveries that will change the lives of people and families for years to come; Children’s Specialized Hospital Research Center provides an innovative and exciting opportunity for all health care professionals to learn more about featured topics and research projects.
Dr. Gerard A. Gioia: "Community-Based Concussion Care for Children: A Macro Perspective." Held March 29, 2017
Dr. Albert “Skip” Rizzo: "Advances in Virtual Reality and New Technologies for Childhood Health Conditions." Held January 17, 2017
Dr. Wise Young: "Update on Trials of Umbilical Cord Blood and Lithium Treatments of Spinal Cord Injury." Held November 1, 2016
Dr. Craig Newschaffer: "Environmental Exposure and Autism Risk: Narrowing Knowledge Gaps." Held April 28, 2016
Dr. David D. Sherry: “Amplified Pain - when it hurts too much, diagnosis, treatment and outcomes.” Held January 15, 2016
Dr. David S. Mandell: “Policy is not enough: what we need to do to make autism interventions work in the community." Held December 11, 2015
Dr. James C. (Cole) Galloway:“Go Baby Global: Technology for everywhere you play and walk.” Held October 30, 2015
Dr. Keith Yeates: “Social Outcomes in Children with Traumatic Brain Injury.” Held April 22, 2015
Dr. Flora Vaccarino: “Autism Spectrum Disorders and Macrocephaly: Defining abnormalities using iPSC models.” Held March 9, 2015
Dr. Erin Bigler: “Networks, Connectivity and Neuropsychology: The Latest in Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).” Held October 2, 2014
Dr. Joseph Buxbaum: “Gene Discovery in Autism and the Impact on Improved Patient Care.” Held June 26, 2014
Dr. Cathy Lord: “Longitudinal Studies of Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Held April 24, 2014