Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain

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Unique Patient Care

One of the first of its kind, a one-stop clinic and research location specializing in pediatric neurobehavioral conditions, merging M Health Fairview clinical care with research to inform best clinical practice and improve treatment for children in our care and community.  

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Research Collaboration

World-renowned experts in neuroscience, brain imaging, pediatrics, psychology, psychiatry, and child development collaborate at MIDB to understand how the child brain grows and thrives.

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Community Services and Education

Researchers, clinicians, educators, and policy and public health experts work together through MIDB to quickly advance and apply findings to improve the health of our local and global community.

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Introducing the Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain

MIDB was made possible by donations from:

  • Minnesota Masonic Charities
  • Lynne & Andrew Redleaf Foundation
  • Otto Bremer Trust
  • Blythe Brenden-Mann Foundation
  • Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation
  • Drs. Gail A. Bernstein and Thomas J. Davis Trust
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A study on the use of a neuroimaging technique called precision functional mapping for transcranial magnetic stimulation in children.
Aidan Mehta, 12, will receive comprehensive care for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at the new Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain (MIDB).
MIDB makes it easier for families – like Feroza Mehta and her son, Aidan – to get comprehensive care for autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
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The Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain aims to bridge gaps across treatment, research and community integration.

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