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Carilion Clinic Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Dr. Felicity Adams describes the child psychiatry training program at Carilion, including treatments for children with autism spectrum disorders and a trial of memantine. Dr. Adams explains future research interests in HPA ...
Nursing Home Diversion Programs: Challenges, Successes, and Next Steps
(Virginia Tech, 2011)
In 2009-2010, Virginia participated in a pilot project of the Administration on Aging. The Nursing Home Diversion Modernization Program, now known as the Community Living Program (CLP), was designed to assist individuals ...
Virginia Tech Center for Autism Research Conference - Bruce Friedman perspective
Bruce Friedman, director of the Mind-Body Lab at Virginia Tech, describes neurophysiological models of anxiety and the psychophysiological approach for non-invasive assessment of autonomic activity in autism.
The Role of Microsatellite Variation in Cancer: New Technological Approaches for Biomarker Discovery from Within Our Genomic Repetitive DNA And extensions to Autism
Skip Garner, director of the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, describes the role of microsatellites as potential biomarkers for cancer and suggests that the research approach could be extended to find biomarkers for autism risk.
Menopausal Status, Climacteric Symptoms, and Family Related Variables in Korean Female Baby Boomers
(Virginia Tech, 2012)
In 2010, baby boomers (born between 1955 and 1963 in Korea) were 721 million and composed 14.6% of the total population in Korea. For the majority of women, the process of menopause occurs between ages 45 and 54. This means ...
Searching for quantitative biomarkers of ASD using computational approaches and rapid assessment fMRI
Kenneth Kishida, a research scientist at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, proposes the use of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging assays for classifying neural subtypes of children with autism spectrum disorders.
Patient Views of Mild Cognitive Impairment
(Center for Gerontology, Virginia Tech, 2007-11)
In Sickness and In Health: Daily Stressors and Implications of Mild Cognitive Impairment for Care Partners
(Center for Gerontology and Dept. of Human Development Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2009-11)
Virginia Tech Center for Autism Research - Susan White perspective
Highlights of the autism research of Susan White, Psychology professor and the co-director of the VT Autism clinic, are explained. Topics include anxiety, treatment development, ASD in adults, and biomarker pursuit. Fit ...
Taking Care of a Parent with Mild Cognitive Impairment: An Exploration of Coping Mechanisms
(Virginia Tech, 2011)
Caregiving is a dynamic process of transitions and changes that evolves over time. Guided by Montgomery and Kosloski's Caregiver Identity Theory (2000), we explored the coping mechanisms employed by adult children providing ...