Multiple angles of vision all focused on a common question is what attracted Marsha Mailick, PhD, emeritus vice chancellor for research and graduate education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to the Waisman Center more than 35 years ago.
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Transitioning Together helps adolescents with autism and their families gear up for adulthood
The Transitioning Together curriculum is adaptable to different settings, including clinical settings and school settings. Because of its unique design and positive impacts, it has been adopted in 11 states outside of Wisconsin, and Canada.
A college degree may protect against neurodegeneration in genetically at-risk populations
Obtaining a college degree may be protective against neurodegenerative symptoms in women with an elevated genetic risk.