Neonatal Encephalopathy

Will take place on Thursday June 10th from 12 – 1:00 PM EST/5-6 PM GMT/6-7 PM CET

Speakers: Professor Pierre Gressens,

Research Officer and Director,

Inserm and Paris Diderot University Paris, France

Professor of Fetal and Neonatal Neurology,

King’s College London, England

“The conundrum of neonatal encephalopathy and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy:

are we closer to a consensus guideline?”

Professor Marianne Thoresen,

Professor of Neonatal Neuroscience,

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Emeritus Professor in Physiology,

University of Oslo, Norway

 “Optimisation of Hypothermia for neonatal encephalopathy”

Moderator: Professor Alistair Gunn

Professor of Physiology and Paediatrics

Departments of Physiology and Paediatrics,

Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences,

The University of Auckland Starship Children’s Hospital,

Auckland, New Zealand

Zoom Registration Link:

**Please note that we will be recording each webinar and posting on our educational portal for members of the Newborn Brain Society. In addition, if you are interested in receiving CME, ANCC credit, or a certificate of attendance, you can become a member here:

CME Evaluation Link:

While we encourage all attendees to become members of the Newborn Brain Society, CME points will be available to all European attendees here: pending approval.

12th International Newborn Brain Conference/ Newborn Brain Society Combined Webinar Series

January – June 2021

The organizing committee are delighted to announce that the 12th International Newborn Brain Conference will go ahead as a series of novel webinars, in collaboration with the Newborn Brain Society.  This conference has always aimed to provide a state-of-the-art forum for the discussion of current research and clinical care in newborn brain monitoring and neuroprotection. The lineup of speakers and faculty are world leaders in newborn brain research and we are excited to be able to bring this conference back to life in light of all the challenges we have had with a global pandemic.

CME is currently pending