Chair and Moderator. Dr. Jacqueline Harris, Director, Epigenetics Clinic at Kennedy Krieger Institute; Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Neurology and Genetics. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
2.00-2.30 pm. Dr. Jacqueline Harris Kabuki syndrome: Designing clinical outcome measures and clinical trials for a potentially treatable cause of intellectual disability.
2.30-3.00 pm Dr. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis. Co-Director, Genetic Laboratory. Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Rush University Medical Center. Reversal of Genetic Intellectual Disability: Angelman Syndrome and Beyond.
Break. 3.00-3.15 pm
3.15-4.00 pm Patient Leadership Panel. Kabuki Syndrome
Janet Lee, Rene King, Annie Dean Zaitzef, Leila Zegna, Jennifer Mantey Goldsmith, Amanda Gamboa.
4.00-4.30 pm Dr. Prasad Padmanabhan and Ryan McArdle, Notre Dame. Long-term stimulation of post-natal neurogenesis in a mouse model of Kabuki Syndrome
4.30-5.00 pm. Dr. Chris Patzke John M. and Mary Jo Boler Assistant Professor, Notre Dame. Human Neurons as Tool for Dissecting of Intellectual Disability Disease Pathology Mechanisms in Autism Spectrum Disorders