Institute News & Updates

Katie: One Bride's Inspiring Journey Down the Aisle

After lupus left Perneita Fitzgerald paralyzed, she turned to Kennedy Krieger's International Center for Spinal Cord Injury for intensive therapy that made it possible for her to walk down the aisle on her wedding day. She appeared as a guest on Katie Couric's national daytime talk show to share her inspiring story. Watch the video.


Perneita Fitzgerald

Parents: What Autism Looks Like

A first-of-its-kind video tutorial from Kennedy Krieger's Center for Autism helps to illustrate the early signs of autism by showing both typically-developing children and children with autism in similar situations. The national Parents magazine pointed its readers to this valuable online resource.Watch the video.


Rebecca Landa Autism Video Tutorial


AUG 26 2015

Simons Foundation Partners with Kennedy Krieger’s Interactive Autism Network, Provides $2.18 Million in Funding

Funding to Support Expansion of the Nation’s Largest Online Autism Research Initiative

JUL 30 2015

Kennedy Krieger’s Interactive Autism Network Approved for $1.6 Million to Participate in PCORnet, a Unique National Clinical Research Network

Funding award helps to put autism on the path to increased collaboration among researchers and the autism community

JUN 3 2015

Kennedy Krieger Researchers Help Discover Hypothermia May Not Be Best Treatment for Cardiac Arrest in Children

NIH-funded effort finds therapeutic hypothermia no more effective than normal temperature control for children

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SEPTEMBER 10, 2015 - 6:00PM

Project HEAL's 10th Anniversary Celebration

SEPTEMBER 12, 2015 - 10:00AM

IEP Mini-Series for Parents: How to Become an Informed Essential Parent Team Member - Part 1

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