Full name: Dang Le Nhu Nguyet, MD, M.Biomed.Sc, PhD
Work place: City Children’s Hospital (NDTP: Nhi Dong Thanh Pho), 15 Vo Tran Chi, Tan Kien, Binh Chanh Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Head of Child Health Care Department, NDTP since 2016
2009: General Practitioner
2011: Master in biomedical science (UCLouvain, Belgium)
2013: Diploma in Child Health (University of Sydney)
2015: PhD in medical science (UCLouvain, Belgium)
Screening for common psychological disorders (collaboration with EPP)
3.1 Epidemiological urinalysis of children from kindergartens of Can Gio, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam. Dang LNN et al. BMC Pediatrics 2013 ; 13:183 –
3.2 Urinary Abnormalities in Asymptomatic Children of Ho Chi Minh City: A Population-Based Study. Dang LNN et al. Br J Med and Med Res 2014; 4:5451-5461. 10.9734/BJMMR/2014/11975
3.3 Experience of emotion and emotional support of parents whose children are treated at the intensive care unit of NDTP (City Children’s Hospital) – Dang LNN et al. Oral presentation at the National scientific conference 2018.
Professor Karen Spruyt, PhD, National Institute of Medicine and Health (INSERM), National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), University of Lyon (UCBL) earned her degree in child, adolescent, and adult clinical psychology at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, in 1996. Her passion for brain development resulted in an additional master’s degree in child neuropsychology and alongside another master degree in biostatistics. In 2005 she was awarded the doctoral degree at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium) investigating “Pediatric Sleep Problems: a contribution to their identification and relationship with daytime behavior”. In 2006, Dr. Spruyt went to the Monash Institute of Medical Research and Ritchie Center for Baby Health Research in Australia and in 2007 she started her research in the United States at the University of Chicago.
She has been visiting Professor at University of Vancouver (Canada), Jiatong University of Shanghai (China) and PontifíciaUniversidadeCatólica do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil). Dr. Spruyt’s expertise in teaching psychology, its subdisciplines and statistics, has allowed her to interact with multidisciplinary research teams, and to perform translational research in her domains of interest: developmental neuropsychology and somnopathology. She investigates the impact of sleep on neurodevelopment in children. Her work therefore involves the neuropsychological repercussions of a sleep problem in a (atypical) developing child.
Dr. Spruyt has been researching and lecturing in the field of sleep medicine and developmental neuropsychology for more than fifteen years. Her research has been featured in many international publications and on TV and radio programs. She has published more than 90 papers in SCI journals and has been invited to give lectures at international sleep conferences in many countries around the world.
At Cambridge he is a member of the baby-LINC lab (http://www.baby-linc.psychol.cam.ac.uk), working with Dr Vicky Leong to investigate the neural correlates of infant attention and learning in naturalistic contexts using dual parent-child EEG and ECG.
He is also a Lecturer at the University of East London, where he research stress and attention during early infancy, particularly in infants from low socio-economic
status backgrounds. He is also involved with a number of projects looking at the effectiveness of attention training in infants, using computerised attention training paradigms that I designed. This includes projects in London, Finland, the US and Canada.
Dr Ana Barbero Sans, owns a pediatric Consultancy with the name and her goal as a Family Pediatrician is to guide and accompany parents in the Health and Parenting of children. Take care and empower children grow healthier, safer and happier.Her goal as an Adoption Pediatrician is, in addition to the ones mentioned above, to technically and emotionally prepare future parents to empower them and facilitate the recovery of their child both physically and emotionally. Then help them also as a pediatrician and psychotherapist in the Initial Adaptation, Parenting and Adolescence and in situations that may arise. Whenever possible, in addition to the individual consultation, She invite families to my Multifamily Groups and Workshops, because it empowers and relieves them and strengthens their resilience. Her goal as Medical Physician is to help Health Professionals rediscover the satisfaction of caring for, healing and alleviating the suffering of our patients. To live our precious work as a source of health and meaning.
She Has Skills in Child protection, foster care and adoption, Social and Community Pediatrics, Family Pediatrics, Networking, Multidisciplinary team work, ICT skills, Group Psychotherapy and Multifamily Parenting Groups, prevention and treatment of burn-out teacher, Family Psychotherapy, Teaching in Community, Social and Family Pediatrics, and Group Conduction.
· Innovator and Creator of the First Multifamily Groups of New born Breeding, in 2010, and at the Institut Català de la Salut I conducted 11 editions, until 2017. Later I adapted the model to premature new borns, adoptive families and adolescents.
· Creator of the First Specialized Consultation of Family Pediatrics of Spain.
· Premio a la Mejor Comunicación Oral en el XXIII Reunión Anual de la sociedad Española de Oncología Pediátrica, Córdoba, 2001. Evolución de pacientes afectos de tumores sólidos sometidos a transplante de progenitores eritropoyéticos.
Cesare has more than 20 years of experience in the drug development field, in both scientific and commercial roles. He is co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Oncoheroes Biosciences Inc., a Boston-based biotech company exclusively focused on paediatric oncology drug development. Prior to that he held senior positions at AMRI, Aptuit Laurus, ThalesNano and Auxiliis BV. Cesare started his career as research scientist in a pharmaceutical company (Eisai, London) and in academia (Institute of Enzymology, Budapest).
Following the death of his first daughter Laura to cancer, Cesare set up aPODD Foundation, a London-based charity focused on accelerating paediatric oncology drug development. As aPODD’s chairman and trustee he is actively involved on a pro-bono basis in drug repurposing projects, advocacy efforts and research collaborations with other childhood cancer charities.
Cesare holds an MSc in Applied Molecular Biology and a PhD in Neurosciences from UCL, University of London, as well as an MBA from the Central European University, Budapest.
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