Research Updates

July 30, 2007
Research Conducted at the Kennedy Krieger Institute Examines How Motor Skill Deficits Can Provide Insight into the Brain Basis of Autism
July 02, 2007
Researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute Recognize Children with Autism Earlier than Ever Before, Paving the Way for Earlier Intervention and Improved Outcomes
May 11, 2007
One Month After Launch, Interactive Autism Network Reports 13,000 Registered Participants Eager to Accelerate Autism Research
November 06, 2006
N.I.H. Grant Will Establish Center to Examine Causes of Reading Disorders, Including National "Fourth Grade Slump" In Which Successful Learners Suddenly Falter
September 26, 2006
Identification of X-linked Adrenoleukodystrophy at birth allows for early intervention, improved outcomes for males with rare genetic disorder
September 05, 2006
Finding Leads Kennedy Krieger Researchers Down New Road in Autism Research
July 18, 2006
Findings Pave the Way for Kennedy Krieger Institute Researchers to Understand Which Sex Differences are Developmental vs. Sociological vs. Hormonal
June 01, 2006
Findings Present Window of Opportunity for Detection and Intervention Before Typical Diagnosis at Age Three or Four
February 15, 2006
Monoclonal Antibody Targets Key Tumor Growth Factor; Successfully Causes Brain Tumor Regression and Improves Animal Survival
January 17, 2006
Initial $2.26 Million Award Funds Project That Will Serve as a Unique Resource For Families and Researchers

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