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Causes and treatment of clubfoot

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

David Hootnick, MDMark Levinsohn, MDUpstate orthopedic surgeon David Hootnick, MD and radiologist Mark Levinsohn, MD, discuss the latest research, causes and treatment of clubfoot, a congenital limb deformity.  Read more about Clubfoot, from WebMD

 


Exploring why the urge to smoke begins in utero

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

Steven L Youngentob, PhDSteven Youngentob, PhD, professor in Upstate’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, explains the fascinating results of his recently published study on the effects of nicotine exposure in utero.  Read the study: Fetal Nicotine Exposure Increases Preference for Nicotine Odor in Early Postnatal and Adolescent, but Not Adult, Rats

Developmental Exposure Alcohol Research Center 


What is 22q deletion syndrome?

Monday, May 6th, 2013

Robert Roger Lebel, MD,Robert Roger Lebel, MD, professor and chief of medical genetics at Upstate Medical University, will describe a genetic disorder called the chromosome 22q deletion, also known as velo-cardio-facial syndrome (VCFS).  The syndrome may cause a variety of health problems, ranging from heart defects and cleft palate to feeding difficulties, immune problems, a unique pattern of learning disabilities and more.  

More information: The Center for Developmental Behavior and Genetics at Upstate Medical University, or call 315-464-6395 or 315-464-6395.   The 22q Foundation