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Kennedy Krieger Institute Receives Nearly $1 Million Grant to Expand and Improve Access to Telehealth Services
Kennedy Krieger Institute, internationally known for providing a wide range of services for children, adolescents and adults with diseases, disorders or injuries that impact the nervous system, recently received a grant of $994,950 from the Federal Communications Commission to expand and improve access to its telehealth services.
A Magnetic Particle Imaging scanner will be installed in The F.M. Kirby Imaging Center at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland.
Only one in six youth who visited the emergency department for psychiatric concerns saw a mental health professional
Bridge the Gap - SYNGAP Education and Research Foundation Presents Their First Research Grant to Kennedy Krieger Institute
Bridge the Gap – SYNGAP Education and Research Foundation presented Kennedy Krieger Institute, in academic affiliation with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with their first research grant of $25,000 on January 23, 2019.
Kennedy Krieger Institute Honors Judy Woodruff for Pediatric Brain Injury Advocacy, Plans Broader Impact in Washington Region and Beyond
Woodruff: ‘We can save and improve children’s lives together.’
Kennedy Krieger Institute to Honor Judy Woodruff During DC Benefit to Support Pediatric Brain Research
On Wednesday, October 10, Kennedy Krieger Institute will salute pioneering news anchor Judy Woodruff, whose experience supporting her eldest son after a traumatic brain injury inspired her to shine a spotlight on pediatric brain disorders while advocating for the future of care.
The Institute's board of directors is conducting a national search and is expected to name a new CEO in the coming months.
Viking Therapeutics And Kennedy Krieger Institute Sign Collaboration Agreement To Evaluate Novel Thyroid Beta Agonists For X-Linked Adrenoleukodystrophy (X-ALD)
Kennedy Krieger Institute Shows Cerebellum Plays Important Role in Sensing Limb Position and Movement
Kennedy Krieger Institute and Partek Incorporated Awarded $1.8M National Institutes of Health (NIH) Grant
Genetic Cause of Port-Wine Stain Birthmarks, Sturge-Weber Syndrome Determined, Kennedy Krieger Institute Study
Lower Extremity Functional Electrical Stimulation Cycling Promotes Physical & Neurological Recovery in Chronic Spinal Cord Injury, Kennedy Krieger Institute Study
Ambry Genetics Reports Specific Results from Clinical Diagnostic Exome™ Testing of Patients at Kennedy Krieger Institute
Kennedy Krieger Institute Release: New Study Shows Minority Toddlers with Autism are More Delayed than Affected Caucasian Peers
Kennedy Krieger Institute and Partek Incorporated Discover Novel Method to Reveal Genetic Relatedness Between Individuals
Kennedy Krieger Institute and Partek Incorporated Release: Novel Method Discovered to Reveal the Genetic Relatedness between Individuals