The Developmental Disabilities Program funds research projects, participates in research around improving the lives of people with Developmental Disabilities, and faculty members sit on peer-review grant boards in the community.
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4th Annual Developmental Disabilities Research Day.
The Developmental Disabilities Program hosted their 4th Annual Research Day on May 30, 2019. The event was officially re-named the "Dr. Benjamin Goldberg Developmental Disabilities Research Day" to honour the contributions of Dr. Benjamin Goldberg to the field of Developmental Disabiolities.
Congratulations to Faraj Haddad, who won best overall presentation by a trainee. Faraj's talk was entitled: "The Role of Interleukin-15/Natural Killer Cells in Maternal Immune Activation’s Effects on Offspring hearing and Behaviour".
Below are some photos from the event.