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Texas Birth Defects Research Symposium April 8, 2004

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San Antonio

Agenda

 

 

 
Welcome, Opening Remarks Mark Canfield, Ph.D., Texas Birth Defects Monitoring Division, Texas Department of Health
Patterns and Prevalence of Birth Defects in Texas (Adobe PDF, 1932kb)
Birth Defects Research in Texas
Birth Defects and Environmental Linkage (Adobe PDF, 41kb)

Peter Langlois, Ph.D., Texas Birth Defects Monitoring Division, Texas Department of Health

Suzanne Gilboa, M.H.S., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate Jacqueline Hecht, Ph.D., University of Texas Medical School at Houston
Case Study: Balanced Maternal Chromosomal Translocation (3;22), resulting in partial Trisomy 3 and Monosomy 22 Sridevi Abboy, M.D.
Pregnancy Outcomes for Selected Defects Mary Ethen Texas Birth Defects Monitoring Division, Texas Department of Health
A Multifactorial Approach to Neural Tube Defects: Findings from the Texas NTD Project Lucina Suarez, Ph.D., Epidemiology Research and Evaluation Section, Texas Department of Health
Genetics, Folate, and Birth Defects Richard Finnell, Ph.D., Institute of Biosciences and Technology, Texas A&M University System Health Science Center
Selected Contaminants and NTDs: Heavy Metals, Pesticides, and PCBs Jean Brender, Ph.D., Southwest Texas University

Judy Henry, M.S., Texas Department of Health, Environmental Epidemiology and Toxicology Division

Marilyn Felkner, Ph.D. and Zunera Gilani, M.P.H., Epidemiology Research and Evaluation Section, Texas Department of Health

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