PPMD's 2015 Connect Conference Resources & Recordings - Part 3 (Saturday)

Presentations from Day 3 of PPMD’s 21st Annual Connect Conference in Washington, D.C. are now available for download. If you were unable to attend this year’s conference or if you want to replay a presentation that you found particularly useful, we have been sharing all of the presentations online over the past couple of weeks. Check out the presentations from Day 3 (Saturday) below, or access presentations from Day 1 (Thursday) and Day 2 (Friday).

Session 8: We See Strength in Looking Ahead

Session Chair: Stan Nelson, MD

  • Combination Therapies: Ultimately Treating Duchenne
    This panel discussion takes a deeper look at combination therapies: the opportunities, hurdles, and goals for ultimately treating Duchenne.
    Moderator: Stan Nelson, MD
    Panelists: Lee Sweeney, PhD, Kanneboyina Nagaraju, DVM, PhD, Cliff Bechtold, PhD (BMS), Ed Kaye, MD (Sarepta), Joanne Donovan, MD,PhD (Catabasis), Craig McDonald, MD, John Porter, PhD
    Download PDF | Play Video

Session 9: We See Strength in Progress, Part 3

Session Chair: John Porter, PhD

Session 10: We See Strength in Care 

Early Childhood/ Childhood

  • Cardiac Care
    Speakers: Stephanie Burns Wechsler, MD
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  • Pulmonary Care
    Speakers: Hemant Swanani, MD
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  • Behavior/ Learning
    Speakers: Molly Colvin, MD
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  • Family Nutrition
    Speakers: Candy Richardson, MD
    Download PDF

Tweens and Teens

  • Tween & Teen Neuromuscular Care
    Speakers: Brenda Wong, MD
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  • Pulmonary Care
    Speakers: Jonathan Finder, MD
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  • Transitioning to Adult Care
    Speakers: Christina Trout, MD
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Young Adults/ Adults

Session 11: We See Strength in Progress, Part 4

Session Chair: John Porter, PhD

  • Latest News: Cardero (Epicatechin)
    Speakers: George Schreiner, MD, PhD
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  • Different Together: Explaining Phenotype Variability in Duchenneand its Implications in Clinical Trials
    This panel session examines the differences in Duchenne; why cases progress differently
    Moderator: John Porter, PhD
    Panelists: Enrique Aviles (C-Path), James Signorovitch, PhD(CTAP), Kathryn Wagner, MD, PhD, Brenda Wong, MD, Craig McDonald, MD, Dan Sheehan, MD
    Download PDF: PorterMcDonaldAvilesSignorovitchSheehan | Play Video  

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