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The Synapse: November 2022

November 8, 2022
A part of our Community Engagement & Education Hub mission is to include our local communities in every aspect of MIDB.
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Where Clinical Care and Research Collide: Autism & Neurodevelopment Clinic

November 7, 2022
We provide group therapeutic services to children, adolescents, and young adults, and their families.
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MIDB Welcomes New Certified Child Life Specialist

November 3, 2022
Child life specialists are integral members of the interdisciplinary team.
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Translational Neuroscience Hub: Call for Seed Grant Applications

November 1, 2022
Grant opportunity for exploratory/developmental proposals that investigate bodily fluids-derived biomarkers that can ultimately have diagnostic or prognostic implications for neurobehavioral development.
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MIDB Makes an Impact at U.S. Developmental Origins of Health and Disease Society Conference

October 26, 2022
The 6th Annual Meeting was held earlier this month at the U of M.
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MIDB Artwork Spotlight: "Bonding"

October 24, 2022
The bronze statue was created by David M. Brown, MD, emeritus professor and former dean of the Medical School.
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Using Telemedicine to Help Families When They Need it Most

October 13, 2022
The number of people diagnosed with autism grows. But, for various reasons, the number of providers does not.
Itasca 1,000 Days celebration presentation by Dr. Tolar

The Synapse: Sept. 2022

September 28, 2022
MIDB hosted the Itasca First 1,000 Days Celebration.
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Where Clinical Care and Research Collide: Rare Diseases

September 23, 2022
All of our faculty members in Pediatric Neuropsychology provide clinical evaluations for our rare disease patients.
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MIDB Artwork Spotlight: Pine Tree: INFINITY

September 22, 2022
Created in 2004 by artist Catherine L. Johnson, Pine Tree: INFINITY is now installed at MIDB as part of our permanent art collection.