This year’s Neonatal Update will now be a virtual event. Imperial are working on how best to deliver a new, environmentally-conscious, innovative conference in a universally-accessible forum. The aim is for event to be during November, but no firm dates have been set.
Keep an eye on http://www.imperial.ac.uk/neonatal-update for the latest developments.
The Imperial College Neonatal Update: “the science of newborn care” is a unique, well-recognised, iconic mix of cutting-edge science with state-of-the-art clinical practice. It is an international conference attracting delegates from around the world. The week of stimulating presentations and interactions will take you into the future of neonatal care.
Confirmed topics and speakers:
Rethinking neonatal parental nutrition
Professor Greet Van den Berghe, KU Leuven University, Belgium
Caring for infants after hospital discharge
Professor Mitch Blair, Imperial College London
How to draw causal inferences from observational and epidemiological studies
Professor Deborah Lawlor, University of Bristol
Adult health outcomes after preterm birth
Professor Casey Crump, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, New York
The 2020 David Harvey Lecture
What next for Cochrane Neonatal?
Professor Roger Soll, University of Vermont
Vaginal dysbiosis and preterm birth
Professor Phil Bennett, Imperial College London
Paternal diet and offspring health
Professor Adam Watkins, University of Nottingham
The future of cystic fibrosis care
Professor Jane Davies, Imperial College London
Managing heart failure in neonates
Professor Willem Pieter de Boode, Radboud University, The Netherlands
Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy
Professor Cath Williamson, Kings College London
Interstitial lung disease in infancy
Professor Andy Bush, Imperial College London
Wheezy phenotypes in infancy
Professor Adnan Custovic, Imperial College London
Fetal bladder outflow obstruction
Ms Marie-Klaire Farrugia, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London
Contact: Judy Gowing