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Alana Down Syndrome Center Seminar: Technology to Improve Ability
Alana Down Syndrome Center Seminar: Technology to Improve Ability

Wednesday, June 16 from 12-1pm

FEATURED TALKS:

A Novel Device For Obstructive Sleep Apnea In Down Syndrome (Ravi Rasalingam and Tarsha Ward of the Ellen Roche group)

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Commalla: Augmentative Communication Tech using Naturalistic Data and Machine Learning (​Kristina Johnson and Jaya Narain of the Pattie Maes and Rosalind Picard groups)

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The Alana Down Syndrome Center (ADSC) aims to deepen knowledge about Down syndrome and to improve health, autonomy and inclusion of people with this genetic condition.

The ADSC is multi-disciplinary, spanning labs and programs across MIT, and engages the expertise of scientists and engineers in a research effort to increase understanding of the biology and neuroscience of Down syndrome.

The greater mission is to produce research and technology to give people with disabilities the possibility of developing greater social and practical skills, in order to enhance their participation in the educational system, in the workforce, and in community life.

For more information on the ADSC visit https://alana.mit.edu/

Jun 16, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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