The 2012 Dup15q Scientific Meeting was held on August 9-10, 2012 at Boston Children's Hospital. The two-day conference was attended by more than sixty scientists, researchers and professionals interested in chromosome 15q duplication syndrome. It was sponsored in part by:
Below are the speakers and presentation titles, as well as links to the video of each, if they are available.
N. Carolyn Schanen - Introduction to 15q duplications
Stormy Chamberlain - Human induced pluripotent stem cell models of 15q duplication syndrome
Randall Carpenter- Scientific Discoveries Allow Development of Targeted Therapeutics for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Matt Anderson - Idic(15): Where in the cell is that drug target?
Robert Nicholls - New animal models to study human 15q11-q13 syndromes
Scott Dindot - Genomic Imprinting of Ube3a in the Brain
Lawrence Reiter - From flies to bedside: identification of UBE3A targets that may influence the phenotypes in maternal duplications and deletions of 15q
Kadi Luchsinger - Registry Update
Jerzy Weigel - Clinicopathological stratification of diopathic autism and autism associated with duplications 15q11.2-q13
Lawrence Reiter - Characterization of the interstitial duplication 15q syndrome
Andrew Papanicolaou - Detection of Autism through resting and task-related neuronal networks
Chris McDougle - Psychopharmacology of Autism Spectrum Disorders