Neurogenetics Clinic

Operation Save Megan

Kristina
Rolfes
August 1, 2014
A military dad requested and received a compassionate reassignment to Baltimore so his daughter can once again receive the expert care she needs for her rare genetic disorder at Kennedy Krieger.

Megan MiceliWith her big bright eyes, auburn curls, and contagious giggle, 6-year-old Megan Miceli is truly one in a million. You could even say she’s one in a billion— Megan has a genetic disorder so rare that only a handful of cases have been reported in the world.

7th Annual Neuropsychology Research Forum - The 2013 Lynn Speedie Lectureship

Apr 1 2013 - 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Outpatient Clinical Building
Kennedy Krieger Institute
801 North Broadway, Room 202
Baltimore, MD

About The Event:

Kennedy Krieger Institute is proud to present the 2013 Lynn Speedie Lectureship in conjunction with the 7th Annual Neuropsychology Research Forum. Dr. Maureen Dennis, PhD will present the keynote address for the forum followed by a poster session.

Keynote Address: “Plasticity, Homeostasis and Age in Childhood Brain Disorders”

3:30pm - Keynote Address

Child Neurology Society Annual Meeting

Oct 7 2015 (All day) - Oct 10 2015 (All day)

Gaylord National
201 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD 20745

About the Event:

The Child Neurology Society Annual Meeting is intended for child neurologists and professionals in other fields of study related to neurologic and developmental disorders in children and adolescents. Representatives from Kennedy Krieger Institute will attend the CNS 44th Annual Meeting.

Ambry Genetics Reports Specific Results from Clinical Diagnostic Exome Testing of Patients at Kennedy Krieger Institute

February 29, 2012
First Test of its Kind in Industry Yields Promising Results

ALISO VIEJO, CA, and BALTIMORE, MD -- Ambry Genetics, a global leader in genetic services with a focus on clinical diagnostics and genomics, announces specific results from one of three recent diagnoses using its proprietary new Clinical Diagnostic Exome™.

Novel Method Discovered to Reveal the Genetic Relatedness Between Individuals

November 8, 2011
Kennedy Krieger researcher finds unexpected familial relationships in data widely used by biomedical research community

(Baltimore, MD) -- At a time when profound gaps remain in our understanding of how one person’s genes differ from another person’s , developing accurate methods to interpret the human genome is essential to uncover population history, population relationships and the genetic basis of some of the most common diseases affecting society.

Neurology and Neurogenetics Clinic

Kennedy Krieger Institute • 801 North Broadway • Baltimore, MD 21205

Director:

Michael V. Johnston, MD

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