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.
October 30 | 1-2 p.m.
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The One Where Melissa Gives a Job Talk: Let's Be Friends - presented by Melissa Fetterer Robinson, PhD., Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Virginia STAR Institute. Email Carla Pospisal to request Zoom Meeting link.
ECHO Autism: Powering Autism Ready Communities - presented by Kristin Sohl, MD, Department of Child Health, Director of ECHO Autism at University of Missouri Health Care. For those unable to attend in person, Zoom will be available.
Past Grand Rounds
Neurobiological Basis of Anxiety Vulnerability - presented by Jennifer Blackford, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
August 25, 2020
Using Research to Inform Practice and Practice to Inform Research in the Assessment and Treatment of Severe Behavior - presented by Sarah Mead Jasperse, PhD, BCBA-D, Program Director (Chair), Department of Applied Behavior Analysis, Aurora University.
March 30, 2020