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Kennedy Krieger Brain Cancer Research Receives Proceeds from Golf Tournament

A golf tournament held October 2 in Exeter, Pennsylvania netted $8,500 for Kennedy Krieger researcher Dr. John Laterra's brain tumor studies. The tournament was organized by Lisa DeLeo, whose late fiancé Steve Mabry was treated for brain cancer at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

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Institute's Dr. Frank Pidcock to Lecture in Japan

The Japanese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine has invited Kennedy Krieger's Dr. Frank Pidcock to be a Traveling Fellow for 2005. Dr. Pidcock will head to Japan in August

Racing to Victory

Courtney
McGrath
Teenager Joins Elite Athletes from Across the Globe at Athens Paralympics

Racing to VictoryFor those who wonder if childhood adversity really can inspire remarkable achievements, look no further than Tatyana McFadden. Born with spina bifida, a neural tube defect that prevents the spinal column from closing completely, Tatyana spent the first six years of her life in a Russian orphanage.

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Learning Opportunities Available though Kennedy Krieger Resource Network

The Community Training Center, part of Kennedy Krieger's Resource Network, will host a number of compelling continuing education courses in the coming months. Seating is limited, but courses are open to all interested parties. Topics include:

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Festival of Trees is Right Around the Corner

The 18th annual Kennedy Krieger Institute Festival of Trees will be held November 23-25 in the Cow Palace at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. This three-day event is an exciting holiday-themed festival held to raise funds for the research, treatment, education, and community programs of the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimnore.

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June 3, 2011

Institute’s Dr. Frank Pidcock to Lecture in Japan

The Japanese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine has invited Kennedy Krieger’s Dr. Frank Pidcock to be a Traveling Fellow for 2005. Dr. Pidcock will head to Japan in August 

News Brief

June 3, 2011

Kennedy Krieger Brain Cancer Research Receives Proceeds from Golf Tournament

A golf tournament held October 2 in Exeter, Pennsylvania netted $8,500 for Kennedy Krieger researcher Dr. John Laterra’s brain tumor studies. The tournament was organized by Lisa DeLeo, whose late fiancé Steve Mabry was treated for brain cancer at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

News Brief

June 3, 2011

Learning Opportunities Available though Kennedy Krieger Resource Network

The Community Training Center, part of Kennedy Krieger’s Resource Network, will host a number of compelling continuing education courses in the coming months. Seating is limited, but courses are open to all interested parties. Topics include:

News Brief

June 3, 2011

Dr. Arnold Capute, ‘Father’ of Developmental Pediatrics, Dies at Age 80

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June 3, 2011

First Training Program in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Located at KKI 

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