Conférences

Les résultats de recherche provenant du laboratoire du Dr. King ont été présentés à plusieurs conférences nationales et internationales.

 

Présentations orales

Suzanne King, Karène Brenner, Aihua Liu, David P. Laplante, & Ridha Joober (septembre 2008). Cortisol Response to a Psychosocial Stressor in Schizophrenia: Blunted, Delayed or Normal? Society for Research in Psychology. Pittsburgh, Pensylvania 

Présentations depuis les 3 dernières années

*King, S., Mettler, J., Di Pietrantonio, O., & Laplante, D.P. (October 2015). Prenatal maternal stress from a natural disaster predicts thought disorder in adolescent boys and in those exposed in mid-gestation: Project Ice Storm. The annual meeting of the Society for Research in Psychopathology, New Orleans, October 15-18, 2015.

*Laplante, DP, Mouallem, M., Elgbeili, G., Cao-Lei, L., Cobham, V., Brunet, A., Kildea, S., King S. (2015). The 5‐HTTLPR polymorphism of the serotonin transporter gene moderates the relationship between prenatal maternal stress and autism spectrum disorder symptoms: The Queensland Flood Study. Poster presentation at the Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting. Montebello, Quebec, Canada. February 24-27.

*King, S., Cao-Lei, L., Elgbeili1 G., Massart R., Laplante D. P., Moshe S.. DNA methylation mediates the impact of exposure to prenatal maternal stress from the Quebec Ice Storm disaster on BMI and central adiposity in children at age 13½ years. Poster presentation at the Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting. Montebello, Quebec, Canada. February 24-27.

*St-Pierre, J., Laplante, D.P., Elgbeili, G., King, S., & Vaillancourt, C. (2015). Prenatal maternal stress alters placental endocrine functions: Fetal sex implications. Poster presentation at the Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting. Montebello, Quebec, Canada. February 24-27.

*Cao-Lei L., Elgbeili G., Massart R., Laplante D. P., Moshe S., King, S. (2015). Pregnant women’s cognitive appraisal of a natural disaster affects DNA methylation in their children 13 years later: Project Ice Storm. Poster presentation at the Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting. Montebello, Quebec, Canada. February 24-27.

*St-Pierre, J., Laplante, D.P., Elgbeili, G., King, S., & Vaillancourt, C. (2014). Prenatal maternal stress alters placental endocrine functions: Fetal sex implications. International Federation of Placenta Associations (IFPA), September 9-12, 2014, Paris. Placenta, 2014; 35 (9)

*Dufoix R., Charil A., Laplante D. P., Paus T., Pruessner J., King S. (2014). Prenatal maternal stress from a natural disaster predicts hippocampal volumes in boys at age 11: Project Ice Storm. International Society for Developmental Neuroscience, Montreal, Canada. July 19-24, 2014. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 47 (2015), p.12.

*King, S. & Laplante, D.P. (2014). Prenatal exposure to a natural disaster and life long health risks. CINP World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology, Vancouver, Canada, June 22-26, 2014. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 17,

*King, S., Turcotte-Tremblay, A.M., Lim, R., Laplante, D.P., Kobzik, L., & Brunet, A. (2014). Prenatal Maternal Stress Increases the Risk for Asthma in 12 Year Old Girls. CINP World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology, Vancouver, Canada, June 22-26, 2014. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 17, 127-127.

*King, S., Laplante, D.P., O’Hara, M.W., & Kildea, S. (2014). Water and Ice: Using Natural Disasters to Study Prenatal Maternal Stress. CINP World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology, Vancouver, Canada, June 22-26, 2014. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 17, 167-167.

*King, S., Dufoix, R. Laplante, D.P., & et al.  (2014). Prenatal Maternal Stress from a Natural Disaster Predicts Hippocampal Volumes in Boys at age 11: Project Ice Storm. CINP World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology, Vancouver, Canada, June 22-26, 2014. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 17, 126-126.

*King, S., Yong Ping, E., Laplante, D.P., Hillerer, K.M., & O’Hara, M.W. (2014). Prenatal maternal stress and toddler stress reactivity at 2½ years of age: the Iowa flood study. CINP World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology, Vancouver, Canada, June 22-26, 2014. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 17, 126-126.

*King, S., Laplante, D.P. et al. (2014). Prenatal maternal exposure to a natural disaster predicts more masculine 2D:4D finger length ratio in girls: Project Ice Storm. CINP World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology, Vancouver, Canada, June 22-26, 2014. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 17, 126-127.

*King, S., Dancause, K., O’Hara, M.W., Hart, K.J., Laplante, D.P., Engeldinger, J., Yu, C., & Brunet, A. (2014). COMT genotype moderates effects of prenatal maternal stress due to a natural disaster on birth outcomes: The Iowa Flood Study. CINP World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology, Vancouver, Canada, June 22-26, 2014. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, 17, 127-127.

*Dufoix4, R. Laplante, D.P., & King, S. et al.  (2014). Prenatal Maternal Stress from a Natural Disaster Predicts Hippocampal Volumes in Boys at age 11: Project Ice Storm. Development 2014: A Canadian Conference on Developmental Psychology, Ottawa, Canada, May 8-9, 2014.

*Zhang, H., Dancause, K., Laplante, D.P., Aihua, L., Brunet, A., O’Hara, M.W., Hart, K.J., & King, S. (2014). Prenatal maternal stress caused by a natural disaster is associated with handedness at 30 months: Iowa flood study. Development 2014: A Canadian Conference on Developmental Psychology, Ottawa, Canada, May 8-9, 2014.

*Yong Ping, E., Laplante, D.P., Hillerer, K.M., O’Hara, M.W., & King, S. (2014). Prenatal maternal stress and toddler stress reactivity at 2½ years of age: the Iowa flood study. Development 2014: A Canadian Conference on Developmental Psychology, Ottawa, Canada, May 8-9, 2014.

*Dufoix R., Charil A., Laplante D. P., Paus T., Pruessner J., King S. (2014). Prenatal maternal stress from a natural disaster predicts hippocampal volumes in boys at age 11: Project Ice Storm.  World Congress on Brain, Behavior and Emotions, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 7-9, 2014.

*King, S., Laplante, D.P. et al. (2014). Disaster-Related Prenatal Maternal Stress Affects Cognitive and Language Abilities in Toddlers: The Iowa Flood Study. Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, Canada, February 12-15, 2014.

*King, S., Laplante, D.P. et al. (2014). Prenatal maternal exposure to a natural disaster predicts more masculine 2D:4D finger length ratio in girls: Project Ice Storm. Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, Canada, February 12-15, 2014.

*King, S., Yong Ping, E., Yu, C., Hillerer, K., O’Hara, M.W. & Laplante, D.P. (2014). Prenatal Maternal Stress and Toddler Stress Reactivity at 2½ Years of Age: The Iowa Flood Study. Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, Canada, February 12-15, 2014.

*King, S., Laplante, D.P. (2014). Water and Ice: Using Natural Disasters to Study Prenatal Maternal Stress. Oral presentation at the Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, Canada, February 12-15, 2014.

*Dufoix, R., Laplante, D.P., & King, S. et al. (2014). Prenatal Maternal Stress from a Natural Disaster Predicts Hippocampal Volumes in Boys at age 11: Project Ice Storm. Oral presentation at the Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, Canada, February 12-15, 2014.

*Cao, L., Szyf, M., Laplante, D.P., & King, S. et al.  (2014). Prenatal Maternal Stress from a Natural Disaster Predicts DNA Methylation Signatures at age 13: Project Ice Storm. Oral presentation at the Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting, Banff, Canada, February 12-15, 2014.

Conférences antérieures organisées par le labo du Dr. King

Changements climatiques et catastrophes : Effets potentiels sur les femmes enceintes et leurs enfants

Le groupe de recherche sur le stress maternel prenatal de l'Institut universitaire en santé mentale Douglas (Suzanne King, Ph.D., David P. Laplante, Ph.D., et Arnaud Charil, Ph.D.) a organisé une conférence intitulée «Climate Change and Disasters: Potential Effects on Pregnant Women and Their Children». Cette conférence a eu lieu les 28, 29 et 30 janvier 2009. L'objectif de la conférence était de passer en revue les connaissances actuelles sur les effets du stress maternel prénatal sur le foetus [Jour 1], les effets du stress maternel prénatal sur le développement du cerveau chez les animaux et les humains [Jour 2], et les effets des catastrophes sur les populations, en particulier les femmes et les enfants [Jour 3]. L'objectif global de la conférence était de parvenir à un consensus sur les besoins de la recherche, les lacunes et les possibilités d'aider à concevoir les futures études impliquant des catastrophes naturelles et/ou causées par l'homme sur les populations humaines. Cette conférence a permis également de contribuer à des changements dans les services de santé publique afin que les mesures de prévention appropriées puissent être mises en oeuvre afin de limiter les effets que le stress maternel prénatal ait sur le développement du foetus humain.

Conference Poster [.pdf]
Conference Schedule [.pdf]

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