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Kennedy Krieger Institute Grand Rounds - Nina De Lacy, MD, MBA (Thursday, January 28, 2021)

*This event is for Faculty and Staff*

Open to Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins Medical Staff only.

Nina De Lacy, MD, MBA "Realizing Precision Psychiatry With Artificial Intelligence" 

Dr Nina de Lacy is a Child and Adolescent psychiatrist at Seattle Children’s Hospital who specializes in working with individuals with genetic disorders affecting brain development, as well as complex neuropsychiatric conditions such as catatonia, narcolepsy and autoimmune encephalopathy. Dr. de Lacy co-runs the Developmental Neuropsychiatry program within the division of Neurodevelopmental Medicine. This clinic provides integrated psychiatric and neurodevelopmental pediatric care for children with genetic conditions and brain malformations. Dr. de Lacy also serves as the psychiatrist within the multidisciplinary 22q clinic in Craniofacial Medicine, and provides consultation to community mental health organizations. 

Dr. de Lacy’s research is in the area of systems and computational neuroscience, using primarily functional MRI and genomic data in both very large datasets and small, well-defined cohorts. Research work focuses on exploring patterns and constraints in human brain organization and function, and the role of the large-scale neural networks in symptoms associated with developmental neuropsychiatric disorders such as autism, intellectual disability and ADHD.

 

Please note: Grand Rounds Dates & Topics are subject to change. When attending Grand Rounds, all attendees are required to sign in electronically via the instructions and Activity Code provided during the Zoom lecture.  Please note, you will have up to 8 hours to claim your credit.

Please contact Angela Wooters Wooters@kennedykrieger.org for questions or assistance. 

Dial-In Information

Zoom link will be provided via Institute correspondence, outlook, and distribution email.  Please follow registration instructions provided during Zoom lecture.

Thursday, January 28 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event