Scientific Meetings and Events by Year

To advance scientific knowledge about topics related to the health of children, adults, families, and communities, NICHD sponsors and co-sponsors scientific meetings, conferences, and other events. NIH also livestreams and archives events on the VideoCast website.

You can also find information about past or future events by selecting the year of the event and looking through the items listed.

Date Meeting
12/6/2021
National Advisory Board on Medical Rehabilitation Research (NABMRR)
5/3/2021
National Advisory Board on Medical Rehabilitation Research (NABMRR)
2/17/2021
Opportunities for Rapid Advancement of Limb Regeneration: From Animal Models to Humans
2/9/2021
System of Hospitals for Innovation in Pediatrics – Medical Devices (SHIP-MD)
2/2/2021
National Advisory Child Health & Human Development (NACHHD) Council
1/22/2021
Breastmilk Ecology: Genesis of Infant Nutrition (BEGIN) Series
12/7/2020
National Advisory Board on Medical Rehabilitation Research (NABMRR)
12/4/2020
Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting
12/1/2020
Pathways to Prevention (P2P) Workshop: Can Physical Activity Improve the Health of Wheelchair Users?
11/2/2020
Workshop on Indigenous Evaluation
10/29/2020
Child Health Services Research in Light of COVID-19 Listening Session
10/15/2020
Rehabilitation Research 2020: Envisioning a Functional Future
9/30/2020
NIH HEAL Initiative - Navigating Pediatric to Adult Health Care: Lost in Transition Workshop
9/29/2020
Innovative Models of Care for Reducing Inequities in Maternal Health
9/21/2020
NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research: Addressing Neuroimaging Challenges Across Populations and Settings
9/17/2020
Baby’s First Years: Household Income and the Developing Brain
9/15/2020
COVID-19 in Pregnancy: Clinical, Research, and Therapeutics Updates Virtual Workshop
9/9/2020
National Advisory Child Health & Human Development (NACHHD) Council
8/24/2020
NIH HEAL Initiative - Toward the Use of Buprenorphine in Infants: Scientific and Practical Considerations
8/20/2020
Clinical Lactation Studies and the Role of Pharmacokinetic Modeling and Simulation in Predicting Drug Exposure in Breastfed Infants
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