Headlines Archive - KIDDRC in the news
4-25-15 Peter Smith, John Colombo, Lawrence Journal-World, Of mice and machines: Old, new technology mix in genomic research at KU Medical Center
4-21-15 Dale Walker, Education Week, Key to Vocabulary Gap Is Quality of Conversation, Not Dearth of Words
4-8-15 Debra Kamps, Autism Speaks, Social Training with Peers Helps Kids with Autism
3-25-15 Kathryn Bigelow, Dale Walker, Fox4 News Kansas City, Why talking to your baby matters
1-9-15 Hinrich Staecker, New York Times, From Vertigo to Tinnitus, Ear Ailments are New Focus for Drugs
1-12-15 Betty Hart, Todd Risley, New Yorker Magazine, The Talking Cure
1-15 Betty Hart, Todd Risley, National Geographic, The First Year
11-17-14 Peter Smith, KIDDRC co-director, named senior associate dean for research at KU Medical Center
8-24-14 Judy Carta, Kansas City Star, Early childhood education spotlight is on KC
8-6-14 Brenda Salley, John Colombo, WDAF-TV Kansas City News, Baby Lab studies attention and language development
6-2-14 Wayne Sailor, National Public Radio, Do Autistic Kids Fare Better in Integrated or Specialized Schools?
5-27-14 Kathy Bourque, Kansas City Star (front page), Child peers, digital technology unite to help children with autism learn to play and share
5-19-14 Yo Jackson, Science Daily, Severity, not frequency of abuse, may predict children's mental health outcomes
5-6-13 Carlson/Colombo: South China Morning Post, Fish Oil and Pregnancy
5-7-13 Carlson/Colombo: Fox 4, KC research finds fish oil may reduce very premature births
5-2-13 Greenwood: Huffington Post: KU's Greenwood explains sequestration effect on publically-supported science
4-12-13 Storkel: The Advance for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists: $1.5 million clinical trial will test book reading to treat Specific Language Impairment
2-15-13 Smith, Staecker Researchers find more evidence of estrogen's role in female pain
1-11-13 Navneet K. Dhillon and colleagues report new findings supporting the multiple-hit mechanism of illicit drug use on pulmonary arterial hypertension and speculate that the consumption of illicit drugs render HIV-infected individuals more susceptible to the occurrence of PAH.
9-11-12 Colombo and Carlson find enriched infant formulas benefit infant brain - and heart. Media coverage.
6-14-12 In the May 29 2012 Developmental Psychobiology Christa Anderson and John Colombo report pupil and salivary differences in children with ASD as potential biomarkers for early identification. Further, the measures could provide information about neurological development in ASD.
4-15-12 Merlin Butler finds more evidence of disturbed immune system in autism spectrum disorder
4-19-12 Nancy Brady's development of new assessement tool for children with severe disabilities featured in the ADVANCE for speech-language pathologists.
2-10-12 John Colombo and Susan Carlson longitudinal clinical trial of prenatal DHA refunded.