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Celebrating 10 Years: APrON Achievements & Evolution

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Celebrating 10 Years: APrON Achievements & Evolution

About this Event

Please note that this conference will be held entirely ONLINE and that attendance will not be in-person.

About APrON

Beginning in 2009, APrON is a longitudinal cohort study of mothers, fathers and their children followed since pregnancy. The cohort is maintained by a team of expert researchers and clinicians from many disciplines, including biostatistics, child development, epidemiology, family medicine, genetics, neonatology, nursing, nutrition, psychiatry, and psychology.

Our vision is to improve the health and long-term potential of parents and children in Alberta. We seek to understand the impact of nutrition, mental health and many other factors (e.g. social support, genes) on children's neurodevelopment.

We are excited that our 2020 APrON Conference will celebrate 10 years of APrON research! We hope to see you there!

Location: Conference is now being held online!

Keynote Speakers

  • Meredith O'Connor
  • Nicholas Timpson
  • Padmaja Subbarao

Please see below for:

  • Conference Agenda
  • Conference Speakers

Please forward any questions you might have to: apron@ucalgary.ca

Conference details and documents can also be viewed on our website: https://apronstudy.ca/news-events/conferences/

CONFERENCE AGENDA

Please view the conference agenda below or download it from the APrON Study website: Conference Agenda

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

List of Speakers:

  • Rhonda Bell
  • Deborah Dewey
  • Gillian England-Mason
  • Catherie Field
  • Gerald Giesbrecht
  • Bonnie Kaplan
  • Catherine Lebel
  • Nicole Letourneau
  • Brenda Leung
  • Meredith O'Connor (Keynote)
  • Padmaja Subbarao (Keynote)
  • Nicholas Timpson(Keynote)
  • Suzanne Tough

Please view the conference speaker biographies by clicking this link: APrON Conference Speaker Biographies

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