• Current Status of Novel Therapies for Cerebral Palsy

    Prague Symposium of Child Neurology and Developmental Epileptology
    Under the auspices of the Charles University and the ICNA
    4-5 November 2011, Prague

    Michael Shevell MDCM FRCP
    Departments of Pediatrics and Neurology/Neurosurgery
    McGill University
    Division of Pediatric Neurology
    McGill University Health Centre
    Project Lead
    Cerebral Palsy Demonstration Project
    NeuroDevNet NCE

  • Deep brain stimulation reduces pain in children with dystonia, including in dyskinetic cerebral palsy

  • Diversity of the cause of hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy

    ICNA/ACNA Children with Cerebral Palsy workshop
    Kazuhiro Haginoya MD PhD
    Takuto Rehabilitation Center for Children

  • Genetic Contributions to Cerebral Palsy

     Presenter: Michael Kruer, MD; Hosted By: CureCP.org
    Michael Kruer presents a fascinating look at the medical history of Cerebral Palsy and the latest research around the causes of CP. Lets Cure CP hosted this webinar on October 9th. This is an amazing discussion about the possible genetic link to some forms of Cerebral Palsy. Please enjoy the webinar and share.

  • International Cerebral Palsy Genomics Consortium (ICPGC)

    In March 2017, the International Cerebral Palsy Genomics Consortium (ICPGC) was formed. It is an unincorporated collaboration among entities and individuals pursuing the common mission of accelerating progress in cerebral palsy genomic research. The consortium aims to achieve this goal by advancing a common infrastructure of genomics and clinical data, and harmonising approaches to enable effective and responsible sharing of genomics and health-related data.

  • Metformin: A Potential Future Treatment for Cerebral Palsy?

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    2020 Community Forum presented by the Community Council for the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine

    Darcy L. Fehlings MD MSc FRCP(C) and Donald Mabbot, PhD discuss their current research trial using the drug Metformin to potentially induce brain repair for children with cerebral palsy.

  • MyCP Webinar Series

    Each month, Cerebral Palsy Research Network (CPRN) will invite one of its investigators to present their study objectives or findings in a webinar open to the public. Presentations will be 20 minutes in length with an open Q&A following the presentation. Participants must register in advance. Webinars will occur on weeknights at 8 pm ET.