Southern California Educational Event: Latest Trends in Fragile X

Oct 1
Hosted by:National Fragile X Founda...
When:
October 1, 2017 at 1:00pm to
October 1, 2017 at 5:00pm
Where:
Carson Center map 801 East Carson Street, Conference Room 107B Carson, CA 90745
Contact:

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The Fragile X Association of Southern California  (FRAXSOCAL) Community Support Network group would like to invite you to participate in this incredible educational event with top Fragile X professionals!

 

FRAXSOCAL Presents: Latest Trends in Fragile X


Event Details

Location:  Carson Center, 801 East Carson Street, Carson, CA 90745

Check In: 12:30 p.m.

Session: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Speakers: Dr. Randi Hagerman and Dr. Molly Losh

Audience: Parents, Caregivers, Teachers, Therapists and other professionals working with those with Fragile X Syndrome

Registration Fee:
(Includes parking, handouts, and refreshments)

Early Bird Registration through Aug 31
 $10 Individuals (Parents/Caregivers/Professionals)
$20 Family

Registration Sept 1 - 25
$15 Individuals (Parents/Caregivers/Professionals)
$25 Family

**Day/Child Care will not be available during this event**

There's more, an EXCITING INVITATION...

Join the FRAXSOCAL Board and Dr. Randi Hagerman for a ‘no host’ dinner immediately following the conference at The Refinery @ The DoubleTree Hotel.

*rsvp when you register

About our speakers:
 

Dr. Randi J. Hagerman, MD
Medical Director, UC Davis MIND Institute, Distinguished Professor, Endowed Chair in Fragile X Research, Department of Pediatrics, UC Davis School of Medicine 
Dr. Randi Hagerman is a developmental and behavioral pediatrician and the Medical Director of the MIND Institute at UC Davis.  She is internationally recognized as both a clinician and researcher in the fragile X field.  

 

Dr. Molly Losh, PhD
Associate Professor; JoAnn and Peter Dolle Chair in Learning Disabilities, Communication
Sciences and Disorders
Molly Losh's primary research interest focuses on delineating the nature and basis of language impairment in autism and related neurogenetic disorders. Her studies adopt clinical-behavioral and family-genetic methods and designs to characterize patterns of language strengths and weaknesses that define particular disorders and examine ties to neuropsychological and genetic underpinnings.


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