Research Updates

April 20, 2010
Children with developmental regression at increased risk for more severe autism
April 06, 2010
Interactive Autism Network survey gives grandparents a voice in autism research community
November 09, 2009
Kennedy Krieger Researchers Suggest Improvements Are Possible by Targeting Letter Formation, Fine Motor Control Training
October 05, 2009
Interactive Autism Network invites grandparents to share valuable experiences
October 05, 2009
Interactive Autism Network Publishes Results from Largest Ever Twin Study, Encourages Researchers to Utilize Registry
July 06, 2009
Kennedy Krieger and Johns Hopkins Researchers Examine the Brain Basis of Motor Control, Imitation and Social Function Deficits
June 09, 2009
Baltimore/Washington Area One of Three Regions Nationwide Where Research Will Be Conducted
May 04, 2009
(Baltimore, Md) - Research presented by Kennedy Krieger Institute experts at the 2009 Pediatric Academic Societies' (PAS) Annual Meeting beginning May 2nd in Baltimore, Maryland of
April 28, 2009
Kennedy Krieger Researchers Uncover New Insight into the Neurological Basis of Autism by Studying How the Brain Coordinates Movement
April 15, 2009
New Insights into the Treatment of Patients with Sturge-Weber Syndrome


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