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Advancing the Science of the Developing Brain

Quarterly updates focusing on sharing information about the incredible research being conducted at the Child Mind Institute.

February 14, 2023

Upon its arrival, 2023 has already brought some positive developments for the Child Mind Institute’s Science Team! First and foremost, several team members have garnered awards for their work. And finally, the team has some large collaborative projects in the works. We hope you’ll continue reading to learn more about what’s happening with the Child Mind Institute’s science and research teams. As always, please feel free to share the news and resources with your friends and colleagues!

Michael Milham, MD, PhD
Vice President of Research

Michael Milham, MD, PhD, Vice President of Research, recognized for his exceptional research

Each year, Clarivate, a leading data and analysis firm focused on scientific and academic research, identifies the world’s most influential researchers. They are the select few who have been most frequently cited by their peers over the last decade. Michael Milham, MD, PhD, Vice President of Research, is yet again in this elite group.

Read About Dr. Milham's Award

Dr. Marco Pagani’s Work Recognized with a Prestigious Gold Medal

On December 12, 2022 Marco Pagani, PhD, a Marie Curie Global Research Fellow at the Child Mind Institute’s Autism Center and member of the Gozzi Lab at the Italian Institute of Technology, was awarded the Trentino Research Award 2022. About 100 projects were submitted and Dr. Pagani’s research won the gold medal for Life Science. The study for which Dr. Pagani was recognized is truly multidisciplinary.

Read About Dr. Pagani's Work

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