IU visualization experts help doctors diagnose fetal alcohol spectrum disorders





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Published on Oct 10, 2013

A National Institutes of Health grant renewal allows Indiana University's Advanced Visualization Lab to expand its 3D technology work, helping to identify children at risk for fetal alcohol syndrome.

In this video, Tatiana Foroud, IU P. Michael Conneally Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics and Chancellor's Professor, speaks about her work with the Collaborative Initiative on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (CIFASD) and how the AVL has helped her obtain and operate the technology she needs to recognize fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Foroud is principal investigator of CIFASD's 3D facial imaging core.

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