Anita Randolph, PhD

Neuroscience Opportunities for Discovery and Equity Builds Infrastructure for Community Engagement

September 7, 2021

The Neuroscience Opportunities for Discovery and Equity group includes representatives from the Medical School’s Departments of Neuroscience and Neurology, the Office of Biomedical Graduate Research, Education and Training (BGREAT), the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Biological Sciences, the Institute of Child Development (ICD) and the Medical School, Duluth Campus.

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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).
Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain signage
The Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain aims to bridge gaps across treatment, research and community integration.
MIDB exterior
After more than a year of renovation, the new MIDB facility opened its doors to the public on Nov. 1.