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We are proud to present to you our exclusive video series that features in-depth interviews with renowned experts in the field of mother and infant health.
Our series covers a wide range of crucial research topics in our focused areas of mother and child health, biotics and microbiome health, immunity and allergy, and brain development.
These interviews provide valuable insights and evidence-based information that can greatly benefit healthcare professionals in their practice. Stay tuned as we bring you the latest advancements and expert perspectives in this vital area of healthcare.
Around 10% to 20% of women experience perinatal and postnatal depression. This condition is characterized by intense feelings of sadness, despair, anxiety and irritability during pregnancy and after birth. In this interview, Prof. Kulkarni explains the causes and symptoms of and interventions for pre and postpartum depression.
Jayashri Kulkarni is a Professor of Psychiatry. She is the founder and leader of a large psychiatric research group, the Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre (MAPrc). She is also the President of the International Association for Women’s Mental Health. Prof. Kulkarni has been working for 25 years in the field of women’s mental health and has improved the quality of care for mental issues by developing treatments specifically conceived to respond to women’s biological, psychological and social needs.
Welcome to our exclusive webinar series, tailored for healthcare professionals and young researchers passionate about advancing knowledge in the domain of mother and infant health.
Our comprehensive webinar collection brings together renowned experts from the field, as they illuminate their latest research topics and unveil groundbreaking insights. Gain access to invaluable knowledge that will enrich your knowledge and practice and enhance the care you provide to mothers and infants.
Join us in this journey of continuous learning and collaboration, as we strive to elevate healthcare standards and foster a healthier future for all.
Cow’s milk allergy is a common diagnosis in early life. It consists of an allergic reaction to the protein present in cow’s milk and manifests as a variety of symptoms such as skin reactions and digestive issues which commonly develop in infants. In this webinar, Prof. Christophe Dupont, from the University of Paris Descartes, addresses the clinical symptoms and the treatments for this condition.
Dr. Christophe Dupont has been a Paediatric Gastroenterologist (GI) since 1980, and has specialised in endoscopy, with a focus on endoscopy in neonates and allergic children. He was formerly head of the ambulatory paediatric GI department at Hospital Necker in Paris and Emeritus professor at Paris-Descartes University. Dr. Dupont is now president of the Committee of Nutrition of the French Society of Pediatrics and he is currently working in the field of pediatric GI and severe food allergy, diagnosis and treatment. He is also the co-founder of the company DBV Technologies. He is the principal investigator in numerous clinical trials, in the field of gastroesophageal reflux, diarrhea, constipation, infant nutrition and food allergy. Dr. Dupont has published over 300 publications in peer-reviewed papers.
Intestinalmicrobiota can influence the phenotype and function of immune cell responses through the dissemination of bacterial antigens or metabolites. Diet is one of the major forces shaping the microbiota composition and metabolism, contributing to host homeostasis and disease susceptibility.
Observational studies have indicated that differences in the composition of human milk and infant formula yield benefits in cognitive development and early growth for breastfed infants.
Raising awareness of maternal and infant health to parents is an important duty of health care professionals. We created the parents corner to provide you with insightful resources to help you in your mission.parents corner