Faculty and Staff Research
Within its staff of more than 260 individuals, MMI employs a faculty of more than 40 scientists, applied practitioners and health care professionals, all of whom are involved in scholarly activities. On average, MMI faculty and staff publish 60 papers per year in refereed journals and present annually at more than 100 national and international meetings and conferences.
Each team at MMI has a general theme for their research that is appropriate for their expertise. Together, they assure that MMI is a leader in advancing knowledge to benefit individuals with disabilities and complex health care needs.
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Our faculty members have a wide range of expertise, but all focus on the needs of individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Some of our faculty members are more clinically oriented and work directly with individuals and their families, and their research discovers the best methods of treatment. Other faculty members focus on improving diagnostic methods, whether in the laboratory or by examination or behavioral testing. Others are investigating neurological development, examining the genetic and environmental factors that can lead to developmental disorders. Our faculty members also train new practitioners and scientists to carry on this important work regionally and nationally.