Honors Forum 2009
6:00 Introduction of Honors Students
Invited Talk: "Early Diagnosis of Autism: Recent Advances and
Implications for Policy" by Dr. Stephen Sheinkopf
7:15 Presentation of Honors Projects and Reception with Refreshments
The CCRI Honors Program cordially invite you to this year's Honors Forum featuring
Early Diagnosis of Autism:
Recent Advances and Implications for Policy
by Dr. Stephen Sheinkopf
Brown University's Center for the Study of
Children at Risk at Women & Infants Hospital
Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities at Bradley Hospital
Dr. Sheinkopf's presentation will:
- Review advances in the understanding of autism in infants and very young children
- Highlight novel research on this topic in Rhode Island
- Consider implications for clinical practice and public policy.
Dr. Stephen Sheinkopf is a leading research psychologist at Brown University's Center for the Study of Children at Risk at Women and Infants Hospital and the acting director of research in Bradley Hospital's Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities.
Wednesday, April 29, at 6:00 p.m.
Room 4080 (Presentation Room)
4th Floor, Knight Campus
400 East Avenue
Following the presentation, CCRI’s Honors students will present their honors projects in Room 4090 and the CCRI Foundation will sponsor refreshments.
This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP with the number attending to 401.825.2190
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