News from the Munroe-Meyer Institute
Updates from the Munroe-Meyer Institute | Aug. 25, 2020
MMI Message: Transitioning in a time of global transition
It now is clearer than ever how important support and understanding become during times of uncertainty and change.
Dr. Zangrillo to lead MMI's
Severe Behavior Department
Amanda Zangrillo, PsyD, will lead a team of approximately 30 therapists looking for "little victories" that add up to big wins.
Grant will fund potentially
game-changing PT study
nationwide study may fundamentally shift the way PT is provided for young children at high risk for or diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
Study will explore PT interventions
for youth with cerebral palsy
New NIH-funded research at MMI will examine why some adolescents don't respond to certain therapies.
MMI assists AAP in providing help to families of students with autism
MMI parent resource coordinators prove a resource for Autism Action Partnership as it distributes activity kits across the state.
Amy Beyersdorf latest MMI staffer
to receive Gold U Award
The physical therapist has been making a difference at the Munroe-Meyer Institute throughout her almost 25-year career.
Richard Lutz, MD, to retire
from genetic medicine department
Dr. Lutz has been part of the Munroe-Meyer Institute for 20 years, and he has seen genetic medicine expand at the institute and beyond.
See upcoming events of interest to the MMI community here.
Links of the month
What the coronavirus means for IEPs this year
Behind a PBS character with autism is man who helped shape him
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