From university-distinguished professors to graduate students, all members of the RAIND community are engaged in creating new knowledge. We aspire to be a global leader in neurodevelopmental research and training. Our work emphasizes the importance of conducting meaningful, sustainable research that provides tangible benefits to our global community. 

Understanding how the LINKS Peer-to-Peer Program helps to change attitudes toward students with disabilities

Many Michigan public high schools participate in a program called...

Researchers:

Marisa Fisher

Establishing a Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Evidence-based Practice in Vocational Rehabilitation

Michigan State University is a partner in this large-scale effort with...

Researchers:

Michael J. Leahy

Understanding Predictors of Vocational Success for Youths With Epilepsy

This project investigates the relationship between various...

Researchers:

Connie Sung

Two possible perinatal risk factors for cognitive disorders of offspring: iodine deficiency and maternal obesity

By observing a large sample of pregnancies, researchers will study the...

Researchers:

Jean Kerver, Nigel Paneth

Comprehensive reading instruction for children with autism spectrum disorders

Learning to read is a critical skill for children, though reading...

Researchers:

Joshua Plavnick, Troy Mariage

Verbal shift social assessment application development (VSSA-AppDev)

Children with high functioning autism (HFA) prefer verbal over nonverbal...

Researchers:

Jodene Fine