Virtual Networking: Neurodevelopmental Disability Issues from a Parent’s Perspective
Dr. Tara Johnson will discuss “Neurodevelopmental Disability Issues from a Parent’s Perspective”
Dr. Tara Johnson received her BS in Bio-Medical Engineering from the Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University in 2002. She was subsequently accepted by the Johns Hopkins Medical School for the MD/PhD program. She received an MD in 2011 conducting her internship and residency at the St Christopher's Hospital for Children in Philadelphia. Currently a Fellow at the Johns Hopkins Kennedy Krieger Institute researching Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (NDD) she expects to receive her PhD this year.
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