1. Lars Fugger: Multiple Sclerosis

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    Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease that affects the brain and the central nervous system. While there were no therapies for MS 20 years ago, there are now 8 registered drugs for the disease. Professor Lars Fugger focuses on translational studies in multiple sclerosis and uses a multidisciplinary approach; his group consists of both basic scientists and clinicians. Professor Fugger is seeking to understand the molecular basis for the MHC association in MS and how MHC genes interact with environmental factors such as viruses.

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    • Acute and Chronic Trauma at the Craniocervical Junction: Acute Whiplash & Chronic Deformation - Dr. Donlin Long

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      2014 CSF Colloquium

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      • 1st Trimester, Iodine

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        Iodine is a mineral that is most commonly known for its’ role in metabolism regulation. Iodine (and Tyrosine) helps you and your baby make the thyroid hormones T3 and T4. T4 production increases approximately 50% starting in early pregnancy (1). These hormones regulate your thyroid gland and the metabolism in EVERY cell of your body. They are also vital to ensure normal development of the brain and nervous system before birth, in babies and young children (1). So, as you can see, a deficiency in iodine can seemingly affect every part of your body. In the rest of this webinar we will cover our daily recommended intake, as well as iodine rich food sources to include. Have a happy and healthy day! GrowBaby

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        • Oxiracetam Nootropics

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          • Neuroblastoma- A Baby Cancer

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            Recent decades yielded huge strides in treating childhood cancer, but certain types of tumors remain problematic. “One area that has still a little room for improvement is a disease called neuroblastoma. Neuroblastoma is a nerve tumor that happens outside your central nervous system. So it’s outside your brain, outside your spinal cord,” says Dr. Emad Salman, pediatric oncologist with Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida. Of significance with this cancer- it is often found in babies. The majority of cases are in children younger than five, with infants having the highest cure rate. “Where the child is born with it, the majority of them do well. In fact some of them get better on their own and even become cancer-less,” says Dr. Salman. About 90% of babies diagnosed with neuroblastoma were alive five years later. That dips to 68% for children diagnosed between the ages of one and four. Meaning neuroblastoma behaves quite differently in infants. “The neuroblastomas that happen very early in life, usually one-and-a-half years of age, they have spread and need to have very aggressive treatment to get good outcomes,” says Dr. Salman. Neuroblastoma is classified based on age, stage, and tumor features. Surgery alone may be enough for low risk cases; more advanced include chemotherapy. Some cases disappear on their own without any treatment. “Somebody does an x-ray sometime in the future and then you see what we call calcification which means it’s a tumor that has now shriveled,” says Dr. Salman. A challenge for doctors is to timely diagnose the neuroblastomas that will benefit from treatment. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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            • LAB 1 UBC NEUROANATOMY: An Introduction to the Central Nervous System

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              Dr. Claudia Krebs hosts this walk through the Central Nervous System. Written by Dr. Claudia Krebs, Tamara Bodnar, Parker Holman, Dr. Joanne Weinberg Produced and Directed by Zachary Rothman Performed by Claudia Krebs Director of Photography - Toby Gorman Editor - Richard Neufeld Sound Editor - James Wallace Visual Effects - Gloo Studios Produced by MedIT Educational Technology at UBC Faculty of Medicine Supported through a grant by the UBC Flexible Learning Initiative -- Make Up - Leah Cuff Camera - Aidan Dungait, Michael Yeung, Jordan Droho, Nathan Watkins Lighting and Grip - Teo Jara, Niko Toribio, Travis Briggs, Alejandro Hernandez

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              • LAB 2B UBC NEUROANATOMY: Development of Spinal Nerves

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                Dr. Wayne Vogl leads us through the development of spinal nerves. Written by Dr. Claudia Krebs, Tamara Bodnar, Parker Holman, Dr. Joanne Weinberg Produced and Directed by Zachary Rothman Director of Photography - Toby Gorman Editor - Richard Neufeld Sound Editor - James Wallace Visual Effects - Gloo Studios Produced by MedIT Educational Technology at UBC Faculty of Medicine Supported through a grant by the UBC Flexible Learning Initiative -- Make Up - Leah Cuff Camera - Aidan Dungait, Michael Yeung, Jordan Droho, Nathan Watkins Lighting and Grip - Teo Jara, Niko Toribio, Travis Briggs, Alejandro Hernandez

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