Month: January 2021

Engaging Children in Active Learning at an Early Age

“The concept behind Active Learning is to create an environment that is easily accessible to all children, no matter what their challenges.” January 20, 2021 – It was an absolute pleasure to have Mimi Pruniski and Pat Jung on CMV Live to talk all about Active Learning! This is just a small taste of the whole presentation they have in store for the CMV Public Health and Policy Conference, which is scheduled for August 30 – September 1, 2021 in… Read more »

Provider Testing Practices for cCMV: Consistently Inconsistent

January 6, 2021 – Dr. Megan Pesch and Kate Wilson present the findings of their research on the medical decision-making and practices healthcare providers use to screen an infant for cCMV. About the presenters: Dr. Megan Pesch is a Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician, originally from British Columbia, and now living in Ann Arbor Michigan. Dr. Pesch completed her medical training including medical school, residency, a masters in clinical research and fellowship at the University of Michigan where she is now… Read more »

The Use of Saliva Samples to Test for Congenital Cytomegalovirus (cCMV) Infection in Newborns

December 9, 2020 – Thank you to Dr. Abbey Sidebottom, Whitney Wunderlich and Dr. Mark R. Schleiss for delivering a fantastic presentation on the use of saliva samples for cCMV testing and their examination of false positives. It was the perfect way to wrap up the CMV-LIVE series for 2020! As always, thank you to our amazing partners at National CMV Foundation, NCHAM and Merck for making this series possible.