Picture of two trainees

MIDB Welcomes Two Trainees This Summer

Nhi Lang, a second year medical student, received a University of Minnesota Foundation Medical Student Research Grant to work with  MIDB researcher Casey Burrows, PhD, LP, on the project, "Examining how medical complexities impact the effect of psychological conditions (ADHD, anxiety) on executive functioning in children.”

Olivia Evers, an undergraduate research assistant, received the CTSI Pathways to Research Program (PReP) award to fund her time working with Burrows studying ADHD symptoms in children with and without autism.

Other News

MIDB MRI room with Seascape imagery
MIDB is the first Minnesota facility to partner with RxART to enhance its physical environment through visual art.
Illustration of the thought processes in the brain
The new MIDB Precision Brain Atlas is an open resource of functional neural networks from over 9,900 individuals across ages and cohorts.
Mother and child video calling their family doctor at home stock photo
MIDB received $3.5M to lower barriers to accessing & navigating services for children with developmental/emotional/behavioral concerns.