child working on puzzle

Autism Awareness Month

March 23, 2023
World Autism Awareness Day is celebrated on April 2, and fosters global awareness and support for autistic individuals and their families. April is National Autism Awareness Month and represents an opportunity to promote autism awareness…
Alana Lieske and Mia Kellman next to their poster

MIDB Makes A Mark at International Brain Stimulation Conference

March 16, 2023
Members of MIDB's Novel Interventions/Neuromodulation Hub attended last month's 5th International Brain Stimulation Conference in Portugal.

The Synapse: Dec. 2022

December 21, 2022
Expanding MIDB's range of services and community outreach.
TMS robot at MIDB

"Botty McBotFace" is Winning Name of MIDB's Name the TMS Robot Contest

December 15, 2022
The TMS robot at MIDB is one of only a handful in the U.S. and 1 of 40 in the world.
Creativity Camp participants made self-portraits out of personalized puzzle pieces. Photos courtesy of Kathryn Cullen.

Creativity and the Brain

December 2, 2022
A study on what happens in the brain when we engage in creative activities and whether those activities can affect depression.
Researchers at the 2022 Baby Siblings Research Consortium

Baby Siblings Research Consortium Held at MIDB

November 29, 2022
More than 40 researchers from across the U.S. and Canada attended the meeting.
Diverse people round circle seamless pattern

Creating Culturally Responsive Resources for MIDB Families

November 8, 2022
A part of our Community Engagement & Education (CEEd) Hub mission is to include our local communities in every aspect of MIDB services, research, and policy.
girl in wheelchair playing with developing toy

MIDB Welcomes New Certified Child Life Specialist

November 3, 2022
Child life specialists are integral members of the interdisciplinary team.
scientist at mircoscope

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.
Four woman collaborating for Telehealth

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.