Unlocking the Mysteries of Human Lactation: Breastfeeding Among Infants with Genetic Metabolic Disorders

Unlocking the Mysteries of Human Lactation: Breastfeeding Among Infants with Genetic Metabolic Disorders

Hosted by Institute for the Advancement of Breastfeeding & Lactation Education

Date: September 21, 2022
Time: 10 – 11 a.m. PST
Cost: $10

Therese Breunig RD, CD, CLC, is a metabolic dietitian in the Biochemical Genetics Clinic at the University of Wisconsin. She works with the clinic team to prescribe and manage specialized diets for patients with inborn errors of metabolism. She is also a certified lactation counselor and assists families with infants trying to incorporate lactation and/or human milk into their metabolic treatment plan.

Overview of the Research Series
This monthly educational series is an exploration of the science of human lactation which aims to deepen understanding and explain our shared clinical observations. We look forward to showcasing researchers who have made it their lives’ work to contribute to an ever-growing foundation of science that will ultimately strengthen the roles that breastfeeding and human lactation play in the health of the lactating parent, child and family.

Recording
A recording of the webinar will be available for 2 weeks to those who have registered. Attendees can earn credits through any combination of live participation and/or viewing the recording.

Accreditation: 1 (L) CERPs, 1 CMEs.

Questions? Please email IABLE@lacted.org