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CordStat ® Collection Training Video
Defense in Depth Strategy
Elizabeth Dang of CDC's FASD Prevention Team - Expert Interview
FASD Awareness for Women of Child-Bearing Age
USDTL Live episode 1 Fetal Alcohol Effects with Dianne Montgomery
USDTL Live episode 2 CordStat Origin with Dianne Montgomery
USDTL Live episode 3 Fetal Alcohol Screening with Carol Wallman
Why Test For Designer Stimulants ("Bath Salts") in Umbilical Cord
April 23-26, 2014 HonoluluHI Sheraton Waikiki
Educational sessions and posters exhibited at this conference are meant to provide the advanced practice neonatal nurse and the experienced neonatal staff nurse with current information on evidence-ba..
April 27-29, 2014 Wisconsin DellsWI Glacier Canyon Conference Center
The Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care Annual Statewide Conference brings together statewide and national perinatal experts to discuss pertinent and emerging perinatal issues. Conference attende..
April 30-May 3, 2014 Las VegasNV Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
Contemporary Forums is an accredited continuing education provider presenting health care conferences focused specifically on the topics you care about most – those that affect your patients..
May 3-6, 2014 VancouverBC Vancouver Convention Centre West
The Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Annual Meeting is the largest international meeting focused on research in child health. We bring together a variety of groups to—not only discuss original..
USDTL researchers will investigate the relationship between in utero alcohol exposure and epigenetics using Small Business Innovation Research funding from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
USDTL is the first laboratory to be awarded specimens from the Virtual Repository of Dried Blood Spots, a new national database of dried blood spot specimens available for use in research.
New data from researchers at USDTL shows that propofol use can be detected in urine samples for as long as 28 days following low-dose anesthesia.