Centers & Programs

r

ROAR for Kids

Annual event is dedicated to raising critically needed funds for research and programs at Kennedy Krieger

Rehabilitation Clinic

Who We Are: Rehabilitation is a cornerstone of everything we do at Kennedy Krieger Institute. With a strong tradition of providing comprehensive rehabilitation services for children and young adults with disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and musculoskeletal system, we offer patient care in a...

Rehabilitation Department

Overview of Rehabilitation Programs: Rehabilitation is a cornerstone of everything we do at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Founded in 1937 as the Children's Rehabilitation Institute, Kennedy Krieger is an international resource with a strong tradition of providing comprehensive rehabilitation services...

Research Administration

The Office of Sponsored Research Programs (OSRP) is responsible for reviewing and authorizing proposals for submission and for interpreting, negotiating, and accepting contracts and grants for sponsored projects funded by federal and state agencies, foundation, and other public and private sources. We help to identify funding opportunities for faculty, manage internal funding programs, and coordinate Institute applicant selection for limited submission programs.

Research Recruitment Registry

We are recruiting parents who would like to have their children (ages birth through 17 years old) participate in research at Kennedy Krieger Institute and wish to be contacted about research study opportunities. To join the registry, participants must not be a current or previous patient of Kennedy...

Resource Finder at Kennedy Krieger Institute

The goal of the Resource Finder is to inform consumers, families and professionals about community services, trainings, research, and other information on developmental disabilities and related disorders across the lifespan.

Rett Syndrome and Related Disorders Clinic

Who We Are Rett syndrome (RTT) is a neurological disorder that affects girls almost exclusively. It is characterized by normal early growth and development followed by a slowing of development, usually around 1½ to 3 years of age, with loss of purposeful use of the hands, distinctive hand movements...