The Clinical Translational Core (CTC) welcomed Laura Bradley, MS, as the new manager last October.
A team of University of Wisconsin–Madison scientists has developed the first 3D-printed brain tissue that can grow and function like typical brain tissue.
In her practice as a pediatric intensivist, Cengiz noticed that even with similar brain injuries, functional outcomes varied from child to child. “So, I began wondering what could be the potential mechanisms of these differences in outcome”, Cengiz says.
The environment in which toddlers learn language may have a greater impact on word learning than previously understood.
There is no one “typical” type of researcher clinician. There are differences in training, percentage of focus on research vs clinic, and type of research done. Many also carry teaching and administrative responsibilities on top of their already demanding positions.
Research and clinical services go hand in hand. One can’t effectively work without the other.
A recent study continues to add to the body of evidence that the brain structure of autistic individuals is different from the structure of neurotypical individuals.
So, in 1976, Burns along with a few collaborators, established the Genetic Counselor Program at UW-Madison.
The end goal is to build a collection of information for multiple disorders, the first one being Down syndrome.
Without access to communication, people are isolated and frustrated and can end up having very different life experiences. If we can establish communication for a variety of individuals using alternative tools and techniques, and in so doing, increase that individual’s quality of life, I think it’s a pretty substantial impact…