7th International Conference on FASD 2017

Please find below video recordings from the conference presentations. These materials are posted with speakers’ consent. If the session you are looking for is not listed below, it means that the speaker did not allow for his/her presentation to be available online.

Pre-Conference: Wednesday, March 1, 2017

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Evolutionary Origins of Stigma and the
Intersectionality of FASD
Peter W. Choate

The Neuroscience of Addiction: Is it a Choice?
George F. Koob

The Science of Stigma
Patrick Corrigan

How Social Media Anonymity and the Words We Use Sustain Stigma
Kathleen T. Mitchell

Panel Presentation: Living with Stigma – the Not So Pretty
Bernadette Fuhrmann, Niall Schofield, Myles Himmelreich

Main Conference: Thursday, March 2, 2017


The Prevalence and Epidemiologic Characteristics of FASD in General Populations of the United States: Final CoFASP Results
Introduction by: Kenneth R. Warren | Plenary: Philip A. May, Christina D. Chambers

Plenary: A Global Picture of FASD: Alcohol, Incidence and Practicality
Vladimir Poznyak, Svetlana Popova, Larry Burd

Main Conference: Friday, March 3, 2017


The Collaborative Initiative on FASD: New Findings on Screening
Edward Riley

The Use of Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy to Differentiate Alcohol-Related Neurodevelopmental Imparment During a Task Eliciting Emotional Frustration
Julie Kable

miRNA Biomarkers for Fetal Alcohol Exposure in Pregnant Women
Rajesh Miranda

Immune Biomarkers of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure: How These Relate to Screening
Joanne Weinberg

Alterations in Genes Impacting Circadian Rhythms and Stress Axis: Possible Markers for FASD
Dipak K. Sarkar

Main Conference: Saturday, March 4, 2017


Cutting Edge Biomarkers – Are We Getting There?
Elodie Portales-Casamar

Prevalence Rates of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure from Detection of Phosphatidylenthanol (PEth) in Dried Blood Spots
Aileen Baldwin

Serum Aminopeptidase Activity as a Potential Persistent marker of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure
Paul Gard

Long Term Chronic Disease Outcomes Following Prenatal Alcohol Exposure
Karen Moritz

Plenary Panel: The Lay of the Land: Final Results of a Health Survey of 500+ Adults with Diagnosed FASD
Myles Himmelreich, CJ Lutke, Emily Travis