Department of Pediatrics and Human Development
College of Human Medicine

André Bachmann Awarded Alex Mandarino Foundation Funds

We are excited to announce The Alex Mandarino Foundation has awarded Professor André S. Bachmann $50,000 to support his research of TIR-199, a drug that may potentially treat children suffering from the pediatric cancer neuroblastoma.



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2016 Teddy Bear Picnic is Coming Soon


Mark your calendars: the 2016 Teddy Bear Picnic is coming!


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Highlights from the 2016 MSU Autism Family-Professional Conference

This year the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Department of Pediatrics & Human Development and the Michigan State University Research in Autism, Intellectual, and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (RAIND) initiative partnered with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) to present the first Michigan State University Autism Family-Professional Conference on July 28th, 2016. Held at the Henry Center at Michigan State University's East Lansing campus, the conference distinguished itself by its accessibility not only to researchers and health professionals, but to families and caregivers looking to better understand the autism spectrum.

Videos and pictures of the day's proceedings may be found below:

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Job Opportunity for General Pediatrician at Hurley Medical Center

Hurley Children's Hospital -- our partner in Flint, MI -- is looking for a general pediatrician to augment their academic faculty. This position will include a faculty appointment with the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. For more information, please see the information below:

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MSU Autism Family-Professional Conference this week at the Henry Center

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The first MSU Autism Family-Professional Conference will be held Thursday, July 18th, 2016. Generously supported by the Michigan State Department of Health and Human Services (MSDHHS), the conference will feature two separate presentation series: one for research and healthcare professionals looking to expand their expertise in this still-developing area of study, and the other for patients and families seeking a better understanding of the autism spectrum.

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