It has always been a challenge to describe the Waisman Center on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus.
The Friends of the Waisman Center Annual Meeting was held on Tuesday, August 13, 2013 in the Waisman Center’s Ziemann Suite to celebrate the previous year’s achievements.
When David Ward returned to UW-Madison as its interim chancellor in 2011, he took over after an acrimonious attempt to create a public authority to govern UW-Madison failed in the state Legislature and then-Chancellor Biddy Martin left for Amherst College.
It’s an amazing place, studying causes and potential treatments for conditions like autism, Alzheimer’s and seizure disorders.
Former UW-Madison chancellor John Wiley has served as interim director of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery since November 2008.
Getting a good job as a teenager can be difficult enough, let alone when the teenage job-seeker has a disability such as autism.
High schools across the country strive to prepare youth for adulthood, but there are additional challenges for youth with disabilities during this transition.
Susan Smith, a professor of nutritional sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has received a prestigious MERIT award from the National Institutes of Health
Medical geneticist Richard Pauli has made a career of helping families who have lost an infant to stillbirth.
Outreach program manager/augmentative and alternative communication specialist at the Communication Aids and Systems Clinic (CASC) and Communication Development Program (CDP) at UW-Madison’s Waisman Center.