The Wendy Klag Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
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The Wendy Klag Center is a dedicated community of investigators and trainees with a common purpose of understanding and improving policy and care for autism and developmental disabilities.
Our three core pillars are research, training, and outreach. We aim to be a hub of public health research into autism and neurodevelopment within Johns Hopkins entities.
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Wendy Klag Center Chalk Talk 1/26
Join us for a presentation by Dr. Amy Keefer, a clinical psychologist at the Kennedy Krieger Institute, on findings from a randomized controlled trial targeting anxiety in young children. Noon Friday 1/26. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link!
Pregnant or have a new baby?
Calling all Maryland moms-to-be. Join a study to help uncover early childhood experiences that affect brain development. Learn about the study and contact the Johns Hopkins site
Researchers from Wendy Klag Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities contribute to new CDC report.
Bloomberg School Researchers Awarded $11.7 Million Five-Year NIH Grant to Build and Lead Autism Center of Excellence Network
The Autism Center of Excellence will lead a global network of research projects studying the interplay of genetics and environmental factors. One aim is to identify modifiable factors to improve lives of people living with autism.