31st ANNUAL CONFERENCE
OBSTETRICS, GYNECOLOGY, PERINATAL MEDICINE, NEONATOLOGY, AND THE LAW
JANUARY 2-5, 2015
15th ANNUAL MULTISPECIALTY CONFERENCE
MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN
MEDICINE, SURGERY, EMERGENCY MEDICINE,
RADIOLOGY, AND FAMILY MEDICINE
JANUARY 5-8, 2015
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September, 2014: Dr. Aubrey Milunsky is scheduled to give a keynote address to the 8th World Congress on Perinatal Medicine in Cancun, Mexico. The subject is Claimed Fetal and/or Neonatal Brain Damage: Hypoxia or Genetic Disorder?
August 10, 2014: Dr. Jeff Milunsky presented on the CONNECT1 DNA sequencing test for connective tissue disorders at the Joint Meeting of the Ehlers-Danlos New England/Massachusetts Support Group and the Massachusetts Chapter of the Marfan Foundation.
July 25, 2014: Dr. Aubrey Milunsky lectured at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia, on Clinical Genetics in Practice: Pitfalls, Problems, and Perspectives.
July 18, 2014: Dr. Aubrey Milunsky lectured in Australia at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital on Clinical Genetics, Medical Negligence and Risk Management.
June, 2014: Dr. Aubrey Milunsky lectured at the Philadelphia Prenatal Diagnosis and Obstetrics Conference on June 5 & 6, 2014. The subjects are “Clinical Genetics in Practice: Pitfalls, Problems, and Perspectives” and also “On Learning Genetics: Lessons from the Law”.
April 30, 2014: Dr. Jeff Milunsky presented on Clinical Genetics: A Primer With Selected Cases at the grand rounds at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital.
March 12, 2014: Dr. Aubrey Milunsky lectured at Brandeis University to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on Genetics, Ethics, and the Law.
December, 2013: The Center for Human Genetics is pleased to announce that Professor Robert H. Tamarin, former Dean of the College of Sciences at the University of Massachusetts, has joined our Board of Directors.
Robert H. Tamarin is Emeritus Professor of Biology and former Dean of the College of Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, a position he held from September 1996 until September 2012. He began his teaching career at Boston University, where he remained for 25 years; for the last six, he was professor and chairman of the Biology Department. He received his B.S. degree from the City University of New York, Brooklyn College, and his Ph.D. from Indiana University.
Before beginning at Boston University, Professor Tamarin was a National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellow in the Genetics Department at the University of Hawaii and a Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in the Biology Department at Princeton University. His research interests have focused on evolutionary genetics. He has developed electrophoretic, radioisotopic, and DNA fingerprinting techniques for use in studies that were funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the Atomic Energy Commission, and the American Philosophical Society. He has also received two educational grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and funding from Duke Energy Gas Transmission.