Kennedy Krieger Institute held its second annual Gary W. Goldstein, MD, Research Symposium on June 8. This symposium honors the research vision and legacy of our former President and CEO by showcasing the breadth of cutting-edge research being done here today.
It’s an opportunity for employees and trainees to present preliminary and completed research projects and make connections and foster collaborations with their research colleagues. The second annual event had more than 100 attendees and 16 presentations.
The 2023 Gary W. Goldstein Research Innovation Fund awards were given to:
- Maya Opendak, PhD
- Title: A role for endocannabinoid signaling in social behaviordisruption following early adversity
- Adrian Svingos, PhD
- Title: Toward Precision Rehabilitation in Pediatric Concussion
The Trainee Award went to:
- Chelsea Valery
- Title: Presymptomatic Treatment in Children with Sturge-Weber Syndrome