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Статистика

Program

1st International Moscow Conference

«Autism: Challenges and Solutions»

Moscow, 19-20 April 2013

 

18 April 2013

LECTURES

10.00-10.30

Coffee-break

10.30-12.00

«Dalniy» hall

Аutism and Mendelian diseases: analysis of very large and small datasets.

Andrey Rzhetsky

Professor of Medicine and Human Genetics
Pritzker Scholar
Director of Conte Center For Computational Systems
Genomics Of Neuropsychiatric Phenotypes
University of Chicago

12.00-13.30

«Dalniy» hall

Sensory Perceptual Issues in Autism.

Olga Bogdashina

(Ph.D. (linguistics), MA Ed (autism), MSc (Psychology) MA (Teaching methods)

Associate Consultant Europe - ICTP

Lecturer at the University of Birmingham (Great Britain)

 

13.30-15.00

«Dalniy» hall

Diet and Nutrition in Autism: Laying the Foundation for Healing.

Dr. Vicki Kobliner MS, RD, (USA)

Holcare Nutrition, Wilton

15.00-15.30

Coffee-break

15.30-17.00

«Dalniy» hall

Round table: Health care program: "Autism is curable" in Voronezh region, RF. First attempt of complex actions.. Moderator Mishina E.V. Executive director of fundation dedicated to solving problems associated with Autism «VYKHOD-Exit»

Special program within the conference

Main conference schedule

19 April 2013

9.45-10.30

OFFICIAL OPENING

Big Hall

Poletaev A.B. MRC«Immunculus», Anokhin Insutute of physiology, Moscow, Russia

Stephen M. Edelson, Director of Autism Research Institute, (USA)

LECTURES

10.30-11.30

Big Hall

General review and perspectives of current understanding of autism

Stephen M. Edelson, PhD, BCBA, Autism Research Institute, (USA)

11.30-12.00

Big Hall

Autoantibodies and Autism

Poletaev A.B. MRC«Immunculus», Anokhin Insutute of physiology, Moscow, Russia

12.00-12.30

Coffee-break

12.30-13.00

Big Hall

AUTISM: BEYOND EVIDENCE, A NEW THERAPHEUTIC APPROACH

Rizzo C, prof, MD

President International Academy of Clinical Nutrition – University UNICUSANO-Rome; Member of World Autism Organization, Roma, Italy

12.30-14.00

Glass Hall

Press conference.

13.00-13.30

Big Hall

Basic processes of attention in children with the syndrome of autism

Stroganova Т.А., prof, Sc.D.

Neurocognitive Research Centre (MEG-Center)

14.00-15.00

Lunch

15.00-15.20

Big Hall

BIOMARKERS-DIRECTED STRATEGIES TO PREVENT, EARLY DIAGNOSE, AND TREAT AUTISM

Afaf K. El–Ansary, prof, PhD

Biochemistry Department, College of Science, PO Box 22452, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

15.00-17.00

Glass Hall

Round table:
«Autism as a complex medico-socio-psychological problem. How to combine approaches?»

Moderator: Solotowizki R.A.

psychological counselor,  Autism Challenge Center,  Moscow

15.20-15.40

Big Hall

Conceptual problems related to Autism in Russia

Kasatkin V.N., prof., MD

Laboratory of highest individual achievements

15.40-16.00

Big Hall

GATA3 (TRANS-ACTING T-CELL-SPECIFIC TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR) IN THE CONTEXT OF AUTISM

Ujjwal K. Rout, PhD

University of Mississippi Medical Center, Clinical Sciences Building (USA)

16.00-16.20

Big Hall

RELEVANCE OF DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS BETWEEN CHILD AUTISM AND SYSTEMIC SPEECH DISORDERS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISTIC BEHAVIOUR

Benilova S.Yu., PhD

Center for Speech Pathology and Neurorehabilitation, Moscow, Russia

16.30-17.00

Coffee-break

17.00-18.30

Big Hall

Round table: The Inclusion Model for learners with autism diagnosis within Russian Federation Public Education System

Moderator Marina Azimova. Ed. M., MSW, BCBA

Specialist of Inclusion

17.00-17.30

Glass Hall

 

CORRECTION OF AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS: PERSPECTIVE OF USING OF COLOR-SOUND TECHNOLOGY

 

Orlova V.A., prof., MD

International University of Fundamental Studies of Oxford's education network, Moscow

17.30-18.00

Glass Hall

Autism and sensory processing disorder in children.

Sadovskaya Y E., MD

Department of Neurology,  Presidential Administration clinic

20 April 2013

LECTURES

09.30-10.00

Big Hall

Current approaches of diagnostics and therapy of Autistic Spectrum Disorders

Natalya Gorbachevskaya, MD

Mental Health Research Centre of RAMS

09.30-12.00

 

10.00-10.30

Big Hall

Generalization of Training Effects and Autism

Pamela Osnes

Ph.D., BCBA-D Ed Support Services, LLC Oakland, CA, USA

10.30-11.00

Big Hall

Professional ethical conduct of a certified ABA consultant

Anna Hismatullina, PhD,  BCBA-D, (США)

Head of Behavioral analysis Department of the Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis

11.00-12.00

Big Hall

Genetic and Environment Causes of Autism

Dr. Robert K. Naviaux MD, PhD

The Mitochondrial and Metabolic Disease Center, University of California, MD, PhD (San Diego, CA, USA)

12.00-12.30

Coffee-break

12.30-14.00

Big Hall

Contemporary ABA and Autism: Behavioral Intervention for the 21st Century.

Mitchell Taubman Ph.D.

Director of Autism Partnership, Seal Beach, California (США)

12.30-14.00

Glass Hall

Clinical seminar for physicians in terms of general biomedical approach in autism (immunology, metabolism, nutrition, intervention, the organization of clinical services).

Cindy Schneider, MD

Center for Autism Research and Education (USA)

14.00-15.00

Lunch

15.00-16.30

Big Hall

Sensory Integration and Occupational Therapy: Viable Treatments for Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Catherine Crowley MA, OTD, OTR/L

Doctor of Occupational Therapy University of Southern California (США)

15.00-16.30

Glass Hall

Seminar continuance

Cindy Schneider

Center for Autism Research and Education (USA)

16.30-17.00

Coffee-break

17.30-18.00

Big Hall

Personalized genomic medicine and its perspectives in providing for the needs of children with autism

Iourov I.Y. PhD

head of lab (molecular brain genetics), Research Center for Mental Health,

Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.

16.30-19.00

Glass Hall

Seminar continuance

Cindy Schneider

Center for Autism Research and Education (USA)