10th AACP International Symposium
10th AACP International Symposium
10th AACP International Symposium
10th AACP International Symposium
10th AACP International Symposium
Growth, Sleep and Pain. What can go wrong? 
and What to do about it? - Sydney, March 19th - 21st 2021
10th AACP International Symposium
10th AACP International Symposium



 


















10th AACP International Symposium
Growth, Sleep and Pain. What can go wrong? 
and What to do about it? - Sydney, March 19th - 21st 2021
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Growth, Sleep and Pain. What can go wrong?
and What to do about it? 
SYDNEY, MARCH 19TH - 21ST 2021
Facial pain is a complex topic. Look, Listen and Learn 
from world class educators. 
The beginning and the end are very important parts of any endeavour. And when we are talking about the adventure that is life we really want to get it right. But sometimes, even with the best of intentions and the greatest efforts, things do go wrong, and then we have to work out how to fix it.
  
As dentists our role in this saga is to safeguard craniofacial development and growth. Failure to do so results in immediate changes to facial appearance and function, and we are trained to deal with that. But what happens in the future? We know that disorders like sleep apnoea, insomnia and headache make their first appearances during early childhood. What are the critical factors that lead to this? Which conditions can we affect as dentists? What is it that we have to do? How much success can we expect to have?

This conference tells the story. It’s an incredible journey from embryology to childhood. Adolescence to adulthood. We will trace the origins, development and treatment of airway, sleep disorders and pain. We hope to share it with you next year, March 19-21, 2021.
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TARA RENTON
Dr. Tara Renton obtained her Master of Dental Science Degree in Oral Surgery from Melbourne University and her PhD on Trigeminal Nerve Injuries from Kings College London.
Today she is a Registered Oral Surgery Specialist and Professor in Oral Surgery at Kings College London. Among other memberships of professional societies, she serves as the President of the British Association of Oral Surgeons and is an elected Board Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. Tara is the editor of four books, 24 book chapters and more than 140 peer reviewed publications. She frequently lectures internationally on a variety of topics, among them Orofacial Pain and Neuroscience, Medical Complexity and the Ageing Population, Third molar surgery and Patient Safety.

Lectures:
1. Evolution of Neuropathic Pain in the Trigeminal System causes and outcomes.
2. Take your blinkers off! Evolving your pain practice
3. Predictors for chronic Pain.


Peter James Goadsby
Peter is currently a Professor of Neurology and Director of the Clinical Research Facility at Kings College London. Peter completed his Ph.D in Neuroscience at UN SW in 1983, and his MB BS at UN SW in 1985. 

He has held multiple positions both nationally and internationally, and numerous honours and awards, including winning the HG Wolff MD Award from the American Headache Society multiple times, most recently in 2019 . 

He is on multiple peer-review boards, and acts as a reviewer for many peer-review journals. Professor Goadsby is one of the worlds most renowned experts on migraine.

Lectures: 
1. Presentation and risk factors for migraine in adolescents
2. Treatment of migraine in adolescents versus adults

Peter James Goadsby
Peter is currently a Professor of Neurology and Director of the Clinical Research Facility at Kings College London. Peter completed his Ph.D in Neuroscience at UN SW in 1983, and his MB BS at UN SW in 1985. 

He has held multiple positions both nationally and internationally, and numerous honours and awards, including winning the HG Wolff MD Award from the American Headache Society multiple times, most recently in 2019 . 

He is on multiple peer-review boards, and acts as a reviewer for many peer-review journals. Professor Goadsby is one of the worlds most renowned experts on migraine.

Lectures: 
1. Presentation and risk factors for migraine in adolescents
2. Treatment of migraine in adolescents versus adults

Phyllis C. Zee 
Phyllis C. Zee, MD, PhD, is the Benjamin and Virginia T. Boshes Professor of Neurology, professor of Neurobiology at Northwestern University, director of the Center for Circadian and Sleep Medicine and chief of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. Phyllis oversees an interdisciplinary program in basic and translational sleep and circadian rhythm research, and findings from her team have paved the way for innovative approaches to improve sleep and circadian health. Phyllis is the founder of the first circadian medicine clinic in the U.S., where innovative treatments are available for patients with circadian rhythm disorders. Her research has focused on the effects of age and neurodegeneration on sleep and circadian rhythms and pathophysiology of circadian sleep-wake disorders and the effects of circadian-sleep based interventions, such as exercise, bright light and feed-fast schedules on cognitive, cardiovascular and metabolic functions and their potential to delay cardiometabolic aging and neurodegeneration. Recently her research team has also been interested in the use of acoustic and electrical neurostimulation to enhance slow wave sleep and memory in older adults. 
Phyllis has authored more than 300 peer-reviewed original articles, reviews and chapters on the topics of sleep, circadian rhythms and sleep/wake disorders. She has also trained more than 50 pre-doctoral and post-doctoral students and has mentored numerous faculty members. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, fellow of the American Academy of Neurology and member of the American Neurological Association. She is past president of the Sleep Research Society, past president of the Sleep Research Society Foundation, past chair of the NIH Sleep Disorders Research Advisory Board, past member of the NIH Heart Lung and Blood Disorders Advisory Council and President-Elect of the World Sleep Society. She is the recipient of the 2011 American Academy of Neurology Sleep Science Award and the 2014 American Academy of Sleep Medicine William C. Dement Academic Achievement Award. 

Lectures: 
1. Enhancing Sleep for Brain and Cardiovascular Function
2. Circadian Medicine: Insights from the Clinic  
3. Sleep-Circadian Rhythms and Aging: A Bidirectional Relationship? 

Ramesh Balasubramaniam
Professor Ramesh Balasubramaniam is an Oral Medicine Specialist with expertise in temporomandibular disorders, orofacial pain and dental sleep medicine.

He has numerous peer reviewed publications, co-authored several chapters and co-edited two textbooks notably “Contemporary Oral Medicine”. In addition, he serves as a reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals. Ramesh has an associate professor at the University of Western Australia Dental School and is actively involved in teaching and research.

He has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally. Ramesh is president of the Oral Medicine Academy of Australasia (2019-2022). He also has public appointments at the Oral Health Centre of Western Australia and the Perth Children’s Hospital.

Lectures:
1. Ontogeny of SB Normal and abnormal
2. Childhood Adversity in the Development of Pain and Sleep Disorders

Narinder Singh
Dr Narinder Singh is an EN T Specialist Surgeon, Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at The University of Sydney and Chief of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery at Westmead Hospital, Sydney. Dr Singh specialises in disorders of the nose and sinuses, including nasal obstruction, surgery for snoring/ OSA, and extended endoscopic sinus procedures, anterior skull base surgery and rhinoplasty. 

Dr Singh has a special interest in the role of nasal obstruction in the pathogenesis of dental and maxillofacial disorders and cranio-facial pain. He is considered the “go-to” EN T surgeon for dentists, orthodontists, maxillo-facial surgeons and craniofacial pain specialists across Sydney and NSW. 

Dr Singh undertook his medical degree at The University of Sydney and Otolaryngology training in NSW. Dr Singh was then awarded a 3 (three) year clinical/ research fellowship in Rhinology, fully funded by The Guy’s and St Thomas’ NH S Foundation Trust, London, UK .

Lectures: 
1. Nasal surgery in Adult OSA.
2. Nasal obstruction in Children.
3. Bonus Masterclass for virtual or in-room VIP participants  - 9th April Friday 4pm
 Snoring and OSA in Adults: Surgery, Splints and CPAP – A Surgeon’s Guide.

Peter Eastwood
Professor Peter Eastwood is immediate past President of the Australasian Sleep Association, Inaugural Director of University of Western Australia’s Centre for Sleep Science, Director of the Western Australian Pregnancy Cohort (Raine) Study and a National Health and Medical Research Council Senior Research Fellow at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. 

He was Editor in Chief of Respirology, from 2011 to 2017, and has held past leadership roles with the American Thoracic Society, the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, the Australian Lung Foundation and the Australian Society for Medical Research. Peter led a national campaign that resulted in a Parliamentary Inquiry into Sleep Health Awareness in Australia. 

Professor Eastwood has developed a state-of-the-art sleep research and teaching facility at UW A – the Centre for Sleep Science. His investigates the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of upper airway dysfunction in sleep-disordered breathing, and ep the prevalence and risk factors for sleep disorders in young and middle-aged adults.

Lectures:
1. 3-dimensional craniofacial structure and obstructive sleep apnea
2. The Global Burden of obstructive sleep apnea


felice jacka
Felice Jacka is Professor of Nutritional Psychiatry and Director of the Food & Mood Centre at Deakin University. She is founder and president of the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research (ISNPR) and immediate past president of the Australian Alliance for the Prevention of Mental Disorders (APMD). Professor Jacka has pioneered and led a highly innovative program of research that examines how individuals’ diets interact with the risk for mental health problems. Her current work focuses closely on the links between diet, gut health and mental and brain health. This research is being carried out with the ultimate goal of developing new, evidence-based prevention and treatment strategies for mental disorders. She has recently published a book for the general public called ‘Brain Changer’ through Pan Macmillan Australia and Yellow Kite in the UK and EU. Her children’s book – There’s a Zoo in my Poo – was published in July 2020. 

Lectures:
1. What about the gut microbiota in health and disease, with a focus on mental and brain health.
  2. Dietary predictors of gut microbiota and potential therapeutic approaches.

amy loughman
Dr Amy Loughman is a research fellow and leads the microbiome research stream at Deakin University’s Food & Mood Centre. Clinically trained in neuropsychology and with a PhD from the University of Melbourne, she is passionate about evidence-based practice and gold-standard research methodology. Amy’s primary research focus is the gut microbiome and the potential relevance that this ‘forgotten organ’ for human health. Her research aims to uncover the role of the microbiome in brain function and mental health across the lifespan, with the ultimate goal of paving the way for novel prevention and treatment approaches. 

Lectures:
1. The Oral Microbiome and Brain; an Emerging Frontier 


Nour E Tarraf
Dr Tarraf finished his BD S at Cairo University with Honors in 2001 and orthodontic residency at Cairo University. He completed his Masters degree with honours in Orthodontics at Sydney University in 2008 where he is involved in research and teaching. 

Dr Tarraf has a special interest in invisible orthodontic techniques such as lingual orthodontics and Invisalign, and the clinical applications of temporary anchorage devices (TADs). He is working towards a PhD on the application of skeletal anchorage in growth modification for growing children. 

His other interests include 3D CAD/CAM technology in orthodontics and timing for different types of dentofacial-orthopaedics for optimal facial results in growing children. Dr Tarraf is the past president of the Australasian Society of Lingual Orthodontics and is Titular member of ESLO and an active member of the WSLO .

Lecture:
Orthodontics and sleep disordered breathing: which treatment for which age?


Mark Hill
Dr Mark Hill completed his Ph.D. at the University of Sydney in 1986, his post-doctoral fellowship on Muscular Dystrophy in 1990, and did post doctoral work at the Children’s Medical Research Centre until 1994. 

Since then he has worked a the UN SW Anatomy department in the School of Medical Sciences, and is the Head of the Digital Embryology Consortium; UN SW Uterine Tube Biobank; and author of UN SW Embryology (online)

Lectures:
1. Normal growth and development of the airway and craniofacial complex
2. Genetic and environmental contributions to abnormal growth of the airway and craniofacial complex.

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