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Commissioner Julie Hocker of the Administration on Disabilities visited the VKC UCEDD and Tennessee Developmental Disabilities Network partners
Jeff Neul, Temple Grandin, and Keivan Stassun at The Frist Center for Autism and Innovation.
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VKC UCEDD Reading Clinic, a one-on-one program that helps struggling readers
Language intervention studies aim to promote development in children with various developmental disabilities
Vanderbilt Consortium LEND Leadership Training meeting
An individual neuron in a fruit fly model used to study fragile X syndrome, the most common heritable cause of autism (Courtesy Broadie Laboratory)
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