Back by popular demand, the ASPNR is excited to bring you Season II of the International Pediatric Neuroradiology Teaching Network (IPNTN)!  This season,  we will offer a FREE monthly lecture series by leading international experts in the field of pediatric neurosciences and neuroradiology.  Each session will feature two prominent speakers, paired together by a theme, both discussing a recent breakthrough in their respective fields.  This will be followed by a lively panel discussion with the authors.  Join us as we look to the future of pediatric neuroradiology!

Due to Zoom issues during the 1st session of Season II, the lecture by Dr. William Dobyns and Dr. Filippo Arrigoni is now available to all, courtesy the ASPNR. Please access HERE.

Subsequent  lectures will only be available for LIVE viewing.

Program Conveners:

Dr. Kish Mankad, Great Ormond Street, London, UK 

Dr. David Mirsky,  Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, CO

Program Co-Ordinators:

Jai Sidpra, Medical Student, University College London, UK

Dr. Nihaal Reddy, Rainbow Children’s Hospital, Hyderabad, India

REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/3vq4FPI

If you already registered for Season I, you do not need to re-register.

PROGRAM SPEAKERS

March 27, 2021

William B. Dobyns, MD
University of Minnesota, Minnesota, USA
Redefining the Etiologic Landscapes of Cerebellar Malformations

Filippo Arrigoni, MD
Scientific Institute IRCCS E. Medea, Italy
Brainstem Malformations Associated with Mutations of the Tubulin Genes Family

Watch The Video Here

DETAILS

 

Date: Saturday, March 27 (March 28 for certain time zones)

Location: Virtual

Time:

San Francisco     10am

Denver                 11am

Chicago                12am

New York             1pm

Sao Paulo            2pm

London                 5pm

Rome                     6pm

Tel Aviv                 7pm

Moscow                 8pm

Dubai                     9pm

New Delhi             10:30pm

Singapore              1am (March 28)

Tokyo                     2am (March 28)

Sydney                   4am (March 28)

Auckland               6am (March 28)

*Any changes to the time or date will be announced via twitter:  https://twitter.com/The_ASPNR