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      June 1, 2012

      Friday  12:00 AM (on various days)

      900 Atlantic Dr NW
      Atlanta, Georgia 30318

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      2nd Annual Pediatric Surgery and Technology Research Day

      Location:
      Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA

      Contact:
      Maribel Bakermaribel.baker@bme.gatech.edu404-385-0247

      Description:
      Interested in Pediatric Research? Please join us on Friday, June 1st from 7:30AM-1:00PM for a half-day seminar showcasing on-going pediatric research projects from the Atlanta community. All faculty, students, residents and fellows are invited to submit an abstract by May 7th for and oral and/or poster presentation. All abstracts will be reviewed and only 12 oral presentations will be selected. We are interested in both clinical and translational research projects.
      Cash prizes will be awarded for the best oral and poster presentation!
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      RSVP & Abstract Submission by May 7th

      KEYNOTE SPEAKER Robert M. Campbell, M.D.
      Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
      Children’s Hospital of PhiladelphiaRobert M. Campbell Jr., M.D., is a pediatric orthopedist esteemed for his role in inventing the Vertical Expandable Prosthetic Titanium Rib (VEPTR). VEPTR is used to treat rare diseases of the spine and chest wall, through surgical expansion of the chest and correction of spinal deformity, without inhibiting children’s growth. The titanium rib, approved by the FDA in 2004, has been introduced in more than 30 countries and is considered the gold standard for treating fragile pediatric patients with lung-restricting deformities. He has also published extensively on the thoracic and pulmonary disability of these patients and was the first to identify the disease Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome (TIS).

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