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Expert Panel Meeting to Discuss Study Design for a Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Prenatal Opioid and other Substance Exposure on Brain and Behavioral Development

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October 22, 2018 - 9:30am to 5:30pm
Neuroscience Building, 6001 Executive Blvd., Bethesda, MD 20892 Conf. Rm. C.
Agenda (PDF, 612KB)
Meeting Summary (PDF, 265KB)

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Gayathri J. Dowling, Ph.D., Director, Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study
NIDA

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The goal of this meeting was to discuss study design and related issues (e.g., sampling strategy, recruitment and retention of high risk populations, bioethical and social service implications) for a longitudinal study of the impact of pre- and postnatal substance exposure (including opioids, opioid treatment medications, cannabis, alcohol, tobacco, other prescription or illicit substances, alone or in combination) on brain development, mental illness, substance use, and social/behavioral/academic achievement. It is envisioned that successful execution of a program of this breadth and depth will require a broad interdisciplinary team of investigators with collective expertise in pregnancy, neonatal, and early childhood affective, cognitive, and social development; longitudinal cohort studies; developmental neuroimaging; and social/legal and environmental issues.

Add to Calendar 10/22/2018 09:30 AM 10/22/2018 05:30 PM 15 Expert Panel Meeting to Discuss Study Design for a Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Prenatal Opioid and other Substance Exposure on Brain and Behavioral Development The goal of this meeting was to discuss study design and related issues (e.g., sampling strategy, recruitment and retention of high risk populations, bioethical and social service implications) for a longitudinal study of the impact of pre- and postnatal substance exposure (including opioids, opioid treatment medications, cannabis, alcohol, tobacco, other prescription or illicit substances, alone or in combination) on brain development, mental illness, substance use, and social/behavioral/academic achievement. It is envisioned that successful execution of a program of this breadth and depth will require a broad interdisciplinary team of investigators with collective expertise in pregnancy, neonatal, and early childhood affective, cognitive, and social development; longitudinal cohort studies; developmental neuroimaging; and social/legal and environmental issues. Neuroscience Building, 6001 Executive Blvd., Bethesda, MD 20892 Conf. Rm. C. Gayathri J. Dowling, Ph.D. gayathri.dowling@nih.gov false MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS

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