The Munroe-Meyer Institute Grand Rounds Series brings nationally and internationally known experts in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities to Omaha to speak to the general public, people with disabilities and complex health care needs and their families, and members of the health care community. Grand Rounds are open to the general public and anyone with an interest in the issues being discussed.
Speakers have included Alexander Rodlach, Ph.D., of Creighton University, who spoke about culture, clinical care and intercultural competence, and Mark Wallace, Ph.D., of Vanderbilt University, who spoke on the sensory world and autism.
Upcoming Grand Rounds
September 27: Dr. James (Cole) Galloway
GoBabyGo!: Life, LIberty and the Pursuit of Interdependence
September 30: Dr. Amy K. Drayton
The use of behavioral principles within an interdisciplinary model to prevent severe feeding disorders