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NJLEND Fellow Leadership Posters

 

All NJLEND and Boggs Center Interdisciplinary Trainees are required to complete a Leadership Project either independently or in inter-professional pairs or teams. The purpose of the project is to provide an opportunity for fellows to apply their knowledge and training to the development of a resource, implementation of a program, or conduct of research that benefits the larger MCH community. At the end of NJLEND year, all Trainees give a poster presentation, sharing their project findings and implications.

 

2021 – 2022 NJLEND Cohort Leadership Project Posters

poster thumbnail-Addressing Transition Readiness

Addressing Transition Readiness in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics

Clare Bozso, DO, NJLEND Medicine Fellow
2021 – 2022

 

 

poster thumbnail-Adverse COVID-19 Events

Adverse COVID-19 Events Survey How the COVID-19 Pandemic Affected Psychology

Dominique Reminick, MA, NJLEND Psychology Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Anxiety in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Anxiety in Autism Spectrum Disorder Guidance for Parents and Caregivers

Melanie Niederhauser, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC, CCRC, NJLEND Nursing Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-A Point Mutation

A Point Mutation in Celsr3 Linked to Tourette Syndrome Impacts Basal Dendrite Patterning of Pyramidal Neurons in the Mouse Somatosensory Cortex

Julianne McGinnis, MGC, NJLEND Genetic Counseling Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-A Review of the Pharmacology

A Review of the Pharmacology of Current Interventions for Managing ASD-related Symptoms

Sophie Kang, PharmD, NJLEND Pharmacy Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Caregiver Education

Caregiver Education and Empowerment Program

Audrey Mariani, NJLEND Family Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Considerations for Building

Considerations for Building Community Collaborations to Address Intersectional Needs

Raneta Anderson, MSW, Interdisciplinary Trainee, Social Work 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Group-Based Mental Health Support

Group-Based Mental Health Support for Autistic Young Adults

Gabrielle Gunin, PsyD, NJLEND Psychology Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Employment First Initiatives

Employment First Initiatives for People with ID DD in NJ

Kerry McGrath, MSW, NJLEND Social Work Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Enhancing Accessibility

Enhancing Accessibility and Expanding the Advocacy Discipline Within the NJLEND Program

Stephen Gruzlovic, BA, NJLEND Advocacy Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Establishing a Rutgers Chapter

Establishing a Rutgers Chapter of Students for Rare, the Student Branch of the National Organization for Rare Disorders

Alexandra Bowen MGC, NJLEND Genetic Counseling Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Oral Omega-3

Oral Omega-3 Supplementation and Impact on Behaviors Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder by Heather Seid

Heather Seid, MS, RDN, NJLEND Nutrition Fellow 2021 – 2022

poster thumbnail-Outcomes of Pregnancies

Outcomes of Pregnancies that Screened Positive for Sex Chromosome Aneuploidy Ascertained via Cell-free DNA Screening

Cali Rae FitzGerald, MGC, NJLEND Genetic Counseling Fellow 2021 – 2022

 

 


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