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Program (2014)

April 10, 2014

09.30-10.00

 

 

10.00-10.30

OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE

Big Hall

Professor A. B. Poletaev, Scientific leader, MIC "Immunculus" Russia.

Professor Stephen Michael Edelson, Executive Director of the Autism Research Institute, USA.

 

REPORTS

10.30-12.00

Big Hall

 

Understanding and Treating Severe Behavior Problems

 

 Stephen Michael Edelson, PhD

Autism Research Institute, USA.

12.00-12.30

Coffee Break

12.30-14.00

Big Hall

Biomedical Abnormalities Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their Treatment.

Richard Eugene Frye, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Arkansas Children’s Hospital

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA.

 

 

 

Big Hall

 

 

13.00-14.00

Glass Hall

 

Press conference

14.00-15.00

Lunchbreak

15.00-15.30

 

Big Hall

Maternal immune changes as a cause of pathology of the nervous system of the fetus.

 

Professor A. B. Poletaev, MD

Scientific leader, MIC "Immunculus", Russia.

15.30-18.00

 

 

 

 

 

President Hall

"Adult Autism: Creating the Future."

Round table devoted to the problem of legislative approval of the rights of adults with mental disabilities, and the discussion of differentiated forms of care.

Participants:

 

 

15.30-16.30

Big Hall

Modern genetic aspects of autism spectrum disorders.

Marina Michelson-Kerman

Wolfson Medical Center,Israel.

16.30-17.00

CoffeeBreak

17.00-18.30

Big Hall

 

Overview of Biomedical Treatments for Autism.

James Brewster Adams,Ph.D.

President’s Professor, Arizona State University

President, Autism Society of Greater Phoenix

Co-leader of Science Advisory Committee, Autism Research Institute, USA.

19.00-21.00

Dinner for speakers

April 11, 2014

REPORTS

09.30-11.00

Big Hall

 

Autism: complex phenotypes and computational "criminology"

AndreyRzhetsky, PhD.

Professor, Department of Medicine Section of Genetic Medicine and Department of Human Genetics
Senior Fellow, Institute for Genomics and Systems Biology at the University of
Chicago,USA.

11.00-12.00

Big Hall

 

Seizures and epilepsy in autism spectrum disorder)

 

Richard Eugene Frye, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Arkansas Children’s Hospital

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences(USA)

11.00-12.30

Glass Hall

 

Presentation

Development of professional standards for the qualification "Behavioral Analyst"

Participants:

I. Dement'ev PhD, Agency for Strategic Initiatives.

A. Murav'eva PhD,

Professional Studies Centre

Education.

A.V. Stekhov

Teacher.

E.E.Men', President, Autism Сhallenge Center

12.00-12.30

CoffeeBreak

12.30-14.00

Big Hall

 

What Comes Next? Preparing Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum for Life.

David Owen Black, Ph.D.

The Center for Autism Assessment and Treatment (CAAT) , Clinical Director,

researcher in the Pediatrics and developmental  Neuroscience Branch at the National Institute of Mental Health, USA.

13.00-13.30

Glass Hall

Violation of amino acid metabolism for autism.

S. Beletskaya MD

KharkivSpecialized Medical Genetics Center, Ukraine.

13.30-14.00

Glass Hall

Patient-oriented treatment of metabolic forms of autism.

Grechanina J PhD

KharkivSpecialized Medical Genetics Center, Ukraine.

14.00-15.00

Lunch break

15.00-16.30

Big Hall

Generalized Imitation: Behavior Analytic Research and Application for Autism Spectrum Disorder Intervention.

Jill M. Young, Ph.D. BCBA-D

Psychology Department, California State University, Sacramento, USA.

15.30-18.30

President Hall

Presentation of the method:

Using polysensoric method in the process of reading and writing skills in children with complex speech disorders and autism

Andreopulu Athanasija, Ph.D. 

psychologist, child psychologist MsS, Bsc,

High School for Professional and Special Needs Education, Greece.

 

Master class

 

Use of multisensory method and play therapy for children with complex speech disorders (autism)

 

Presenter:

 

Yaroshevich Natalia Ph.D., Greece.

 

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16.30-17.00

 

Big Hall

 

Developmental disorders of the visual cognitive function at children with autism spectrum disorders: a theoretical model, experimental research approaches to correction.

 

Mrs. Pereverseva, Ph.D

Moscow City University of Psychology and Education Scientific and Practical Center of Pediatric psychoneurology, Russia.

17.00-17.30

CoffeeBreak

17.30-18.00

Big Hall

 

Neuroimaging methods in autism research.

Irina Simanova, MA

Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, Netherlands, Holland.

April 12, 2014

REPORTS

09.30-10.15

Big Hall

 

Early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.

 

TaliGev, PhD

Adjunct professor, Department of Psychology, Bar-Ilan University,Israel.

10.00-12.00

Glass Hall

 

Webinar Training

 

Parental strategies in autism. Role of the family.

 

Presenter:

Roman Zolotovitskiy, psychologist and philosopher, psychotherapist (psychodrama and family therapy), Director Moreno-Institut Moskau-Heidelberg, Consultant at Center of Autism.Moscow, Russia.

10.15-11.00

Big Hall

 

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

 

Sandra Israel Yaacov, PhD

Clinical Psychologist,

Center of Autism Spectrum Disorder: "BAIT EHAD TEL-AVIV" and "BAIT EHAD BASHARON", Israel.

11.30-12.00

Big Hall

 

Sensory integration therapy and the child with autism.

 

Mrs. Enenkova

Association for Professionals sensory integration, President. Moscow, Russia.

12.00-12.30

Coffee Break

12.30-13.30

Big Hall

 

A Behavior Analytic model for developing communication and social responsiveness.

 

John James McEachin, PhD

Autism Partnership UCLA, USA.

12.30-14.00

Glass Hall

 

Clinical seminar for doctors:

 

An Integrated Bio-Nutritional Approach to Autism.

 

Presenter:

 

Carmelo Rizzo, prof., MD

UNICUSANO University in Rome, President of the International Academy of Clinical Nutrition (AINu.C.), participant of the International protocol research and diagnosis of autism (based on the San Raffaele Hospital in Rome.) Scientific Coordinator of the International Protocol of the diagnosis and therapy of autism, prepared under the auspices of ARPA (Research Association of psychosis and autism). Italy.

 

13.30-14.00

Big Hall

 

Diagnosis and treatment of autism, based on the characteristics of the genetic background and metabolic status.

 

Mrs. Grechanina, Ph.D

KharkivSpecialized Medical Genetics Center, Ukraine.

14.00-15.00

Lunch break

15.00-15.30

Big Hall

 

The role of the auditory cortex in the integration of sensory stimuli. Features of the method Tomatis® in children with autism.

 

Kashyrina Svetlana

TOMATIS® Certified Consultant, Russia.

 

15.00-17.30

Glass Hall

 

 

Clinical seminar for doctors:

 

An Integrated Bio-Nutritional Approach to Autism.

 

Presenter: 

 

Carmelo Rizzo, prof., MD

 

 

The seminar will take place the presentation of laboratory INVITRO.

 

Mr. Jurasov, Ph.D.,

Deputy Director of Business Development INVITRO, Russia.

15.30-17.30

Big Hall

 

Adaptation and implementation a model of inclusion of children with autism of a comprehensive school-based evidence of structured learning technology resource class.

 

Presentation of the model and the "round table"

Speakers:

Julia Presnyakova

Psychologist, behavioral analyst, clinical coordinator of Inclusive Education at School 1465, Moscow, Russia.

Aleksey Eskov

Psychologist, assistant of behavioral analyst, teacher resource class at School 1465, Moscow, Russia.