Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Kids First Pediatric Research Program Spring Webinar, Monday, May 18th from 3PM - 5PM (ET)

Editor's Note: Our friends at the Gabrielle Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program's Data Research Center will host their spring public webinar next week on Monday, May 18th from 3:00PM - 5:00PM. Learn more about the work they do, and how it benefits kids with craniofacial conditions. Registration, agenda, and more information appears below. 

The Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program's 
Spring Public Webinar is Next Week!
Register Now

There's still time for investigators and community members to register for this free public web event, hosted by the NIH Common Fund-supported
Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program!

Follow the link or click here to register! While completing registration, We invite all attendees to submit questions and/or suggested discussion topics for our Q&A session following the webinar's presenters. Advance questions may also be submitted via email to [email protected]

Webinar Agenda
  • 3:00pm - Introduction; NIH Kids First Staff
  • 3:05pm - Kids First Orofacial Cleft Project Findings; Drs. Mary Marazita &
                     Eleanor Feingold, University of Pittsburgh
  • 3:40pm - Kids First Data Resource Center; Kids First DRC Staff
    • New Portal Features
    • Cavatica: Cloud User Workspace Introduction
    • User Workspace Demonstration; Owen Hirschi, Baylor College of Medicine
    • Kids First DRC Roadmap
  • 4:30pm - Kids First Program & Collaboration Update; NIH Kids First Staff
  • 4:50pm - Questions and Answers
We look forward to welcoming members of the scientific and patient community next week and hope you can join us!

-The Gabriella Miller Kids First Program Team

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