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Advocacy Workshop

Dr. Griffith will be joining a team of professionals in the presentation of Getting the Best Help for My Child – The Who, What, When, and Where of Evaluations and Services in the Public School System. This event is hosted by Abilities Network and Ellen A. Callegary P.A.

Wednesday, November 16th
6 to 8 p.m.
Abilities Network Headquarters
8503 LaSalle Rd.
Towson MD, […]

Mercy Medical Center

Dr. Culotta was recently welcomed by the Department of Pediatrics of Mercy Medical Center where he presented on the topic of Social Media and Video Games: A Neuroscience Perspective to the attending physicians, fellows, residents, and students.

National Academy of Neuropsychology Conference

This year’s NAN conference theme is Neuropsychology in Healthcare Evolution: From Isolation to Integration. The conference is held October 19 -22, 2016 at the Westin Seattle.

Dr. Culotta and Dr. Blackwell will be joined by colleague, Ms. Shinall, in the poster presentation of Neuropsychological Profile of Mowat-Wilson Syndrome on Friday, October 21, 2016.

Their abstract was published in the […]

Recently Published

Drs. Blackwell and Culotta recently published an article for Pathfinders for Autism on “Parent Tips for Staying Ahead of the Game: The DSM-5 and Autism.”
 
Staying Ahead of the Game: The DSM-5 and Autism
By Melissa C. Blackwell, Psy.D. and Vincent P. Culotta, Ph.D, ABN, NeuroBehavioral Associates

This is an October 2015 update to our 2013 article Parent Tips: […]

Pediatric Prime Time

On Saturday, September 12, 2015, Dr. Culotta will present at the Annual Fall Educational Event  for the Maryland Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics regarding video games and today’s kids.

 

Recently Published

Dr. Culotta and his colleagues recently published, “School Success for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders”

MD Special Education

Check this out! Maryland Special Education - Shifting the Burden of Proof in Special Education, see the fact sheet here

Psychological Injury

Expert Testimony in Psychological Injury: The Special Case of the Child, By: Dr. Vincent Culotta and Dr. Michael O’Connell

Effect of Video Games

Dr. Vincent Culotta recently presented to faculty and parents of The Auburn School of Baltimore

Neuroscience & Social Media

Dr. Vincent Culotta was recently invited to speak at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory regarding Neuroscience & Social Media