The 73rd AACPDM Annual Meeting

Lectures and research from the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center

Info card for the AACPDM 73rd Annual Meeting

Faculty, residents, and researchers from the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center and the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University Irving Medical Center are slated to present a varriety of research and instructional lectures at the 73rd American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM) Annual Meeting. The annual AACPDM meeting brings together healthcare professionals and researchers to showcase research and provide multidisciplinary scientific education that benefits the well-being of people with–and at risk for–cerebral palsy as well as other childhood-onset disabilities. This year’s meeting will take place in Anaheim, California from September 18th to 21st. The meeting also includes a pre-conference program on September 17th.

See below for the syllabus of presentations, lectures, and papers being presented by Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center and Columbia Orthopedics faculty, residents, and researchers:

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Pre-Conference Program – ICPGC Annual Meeting PART I - 2nd Session: Worldwide Updates and Breaking Genomic Findings
  • 11:00am - Whole Exome Sequencing Findings from New York, USA. Jason Carmel, MD, PhD

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Free Paper Session B - Motion Analysis/Gait
  • 11:54 am–12:01 pm - Evaluating the Validity of a Promis Depression Domain in Patients with Cerebral Palsy and Identification of At-Risk Patients. Hiroko Matsumoto, PhD
Instructional Course
  • 4:15pm–6:15pm – Management of Pain and Function in Adults with Cerebral Palsy. Joshua E. Hyman, MD; David Roye, MD; Wade Shrader, MD; Henry G. Chambers, MD; Philip Nowicki, MD
Poster Session
  • 6:30pm–8:00pm – Evaluating Pain in Pediatric and Adult Patients with Cerebral Palsy Using Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (Promis). Hiroko Matsumoto, PhD

Friday, September 20, 2019

Instructional Course
  • 4:30pm– 6:30pm – Evaluation and Management of Pain in People with Cerebral Palsy. Hiroko Matsumoto, PhD; Heakyung Kim, MD; Daniel F. Linhares, MD; Joshua Hyman, MD

Saturday, September 21

Instructional Course
  • 1:30pm–3:30pm – Assessment and Treatment of Adult Patients with Cerebral Palsy and Comorbid Depression. David Roye, MD; Hiroko Matsumoto, PhD; Daniel F. Linhares, MD; Jan L. Moskowitz, MSW

About Columbia Orthopedics

The Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, one of the country’s oldest and most prestigious orthopedic training programs, has a rich tradition advancing specialty care for patients with musculoskeletal disorders dating back to its founding as the New York Orthopaedic Hospital in 1866. Throughout its history, Columbia Orthopedics has developed and refined new techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic diseases and disorders, trained generations of orthopedic surgeons, and helped countless patients relieve musculoskeletal pain and regain mobility. Today, as part of NewYork-Presbyterian, New York's #1 hospital and a top five hospital in the nation, Columbia Orthopedics is ranked among the top orthopedic programs in the country by U.S. News & World Report. The department's faculty, clinicians, and staff are committed to providing un-matched specialty care for adults and children, to training the next generation of orthopedic leaders, and to advancing the field through groundbreaking research.