Expert discussion on World Prematurity Day 2020 – Preterm brain development and executive functions by Prof. Nick Embleton
Expert Q&A session from Hong Kong Post Graduate Program in Pediatric Nutrition (PGPN) Online Symposium 2020
The development of executive functioning skills in preschool children: Research and clinical landscape in Hong Kong – Dr. Fanny Wai Fan Lam
Brain development and nutrition in toddlers–update from the Baby Connectome Project - Prof. Weili Lin
Brain and cognitive development – a focus on myelination and executive functions - Dr. Barry O’Neill
Importance of faecal biomarkers and the microbiome’s role in child health and disease… Is it really all about the poop? - Dr. Ben Gold
- Early life brain development consists of different stages, one of which is myelination, a fundamental neurodevelopmental process that facilitates communication in the nervous system. Sphingomyelin (SM) is one of the nutrients which may support this process and contribute to child development.
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