NYU Long Island School of Medicine and Alexander’s Angels, Inc. present an insight into the world of Down syndrome with speakers from a broad range of specialities.

The focus is to highlight the Down syndrome research progress. Current findings will be presented by faculty from prestigious universities with affiliated hospitals on their campus.

Tuesday 22 March 2022

1:30 - 4:35 pm EST

Web-based CME/CE event


Registration fees (Registration FEES include a CME-CE credit certificate):

Physicians - $20.00

Non-physicians - $10.00

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:

  • Explain models that are used to better understand brain development and early-onset of Alzheimer’s diseases in Down Syndrome.
  • Review sleep difficulties and their related cognitive and behavioral deficits.
  • Discuss nutritional and gastrointestinal health in individuals with Down Syndrome.
  • Explore answers to skeletal deficits in individuals with Down Syndrome.
  • Discuss interferon-driven immune dysregulation and therapeutic strategies for autoimmune skin conditions.
  • Discuss research on spatial cognition in people with Down Syndrome.
  • Explore developmental and cellular Trisomy 21 phenotypes.
  • Explore new ways to improve development and function in individuals with Down Syndrome.

Booking for this event has now closed.