Marsha Mailick Seltzer received one of 47 grants awarded by Autism Speaks
Seltzer, an autism expert at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, studies how lifelong caregiving affects the well-being of parents and siblings of individuals with disabilities, including autism.
Babies born at very low birth weights struggle in their early years and a new study by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers suggests that their mothers do, too.
Poor mental health before pregnancy predicts which pregnant women are most likely to have a pregnancy complication and give birth to a low birth-weight baby, a new nationwide survey reveals.
Among the many hurdles to be cleared before human embryonic stem cells can achieve their therapeutic potential is determining whether or not transplanted cells can functionally integrate into target organs or tissues.
Gail Chodron of the Waisman Center has been chosen to recieve the 2011 Young Professional Award
An ongoing study of 45 deaf children who had two cochlear implants finds that their language skills are within the normal range.
Smith received the grant to support a pilot study that will test the effectiveness of “Transitioning Together,” an adolescent-and-family intervention for reducing stress and improving coping strategies during the transition to adulthood.
Mealtimes aren’t quite as enjoyable for people with phenylketonuria (PKU) as they are for the rest of us.
Over two thousand people participated in Dylan’s Run on September 11th, 2011 in Milwaukee.