Developmental Originsof Health and Disease:The Developing Mind
Dec. 14, 20127 a.m. – 7 p.m.
The Saban Research Institute o Children’s Hospital Los Angeles4661 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027RSVP to Harleen Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org or 323-361-8626
Honoring Cheryl Saban, PhD, Mr. Haim Saban andThe Saban Family Foundation for a decade of buildinghealthier futures through The Saban Research Institute.
Please join us or an exciting day dedicated to exploringhow new discoveries in neuroscience and psychologyare unraveling the mysteries o the developing mind.This is an unprecedented opportunity to hear and talkwith leading experts rom diverse disciplines dedicatedto solving one o the last great medical challenges:curing neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism.Children’s Hospital LosAngeles is home to The SabanResearch Institute, one o thelargest and most productivepediatric research acilitiesin the United States with aninternational team o morethan 130 researchers andphysicians who collaborate tocombat cancer, brain disorders,obesity and diabetes, among other devastating pediatrichealth conditions. The Saban Research Institute is one o the ew reestanding research centers in the U.S. wherescientifc inquiry is combined with clinical care and isdevoted exclusively to children.This year marks the 10th anniversary o Cheryl Saban,PhD, Mr. Haim Saban and The Saban Family Foundation’stransormative git to The Saban Research Institute. Thisextraordinary commitment has brought about innumerableadvances in pediatric medicine that reach children nearand ar, and it continues to reverberate throughout theinstitution as our leading researchers and physician-scientists work to bring about a world in which no childsuers rom disease or injury.
This unique event was made possible by Cheryl Saban, PhD, Mr. Haim Saban and The Saban Family Foundation.Keynote Speaker: Alan E. Guttmacher, MD
Director o the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Instituteo Child Health and Human Development
The Saban Research Institute Annual Symposium