Brad Miller, M.D.
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Brad Miller, M.D.
ANNOUNCEMENT! Listen LIVE on Wed, 1/16/13 at 11:00 a.m. on the Creating A Family website, as U of M pediatric endocrinologist Bradley S. Miller, MD, PhD gives an internet radio interview on sexual development in adopted children.
The archived recording will be available as a podcast after 1:00 p.m. on that date. To submit questions for the interview, please send them to email@example.com by 1/15/13.
Dana Johnson, MD, PhD; Wright Walling, NACAC president; Judith Eckerle, MD; Megan Bresnahan, OTR
Said current IAC director, Dr. Cindy Howard "We are thrilled that Dana and his work have been recognized with this award. He is a tireless advocate for orphans throughout the world, and we share his passion that every child deserves a family."
View the video made by Emerson Hatch, thanking him for saving her life.
Dana Johnson with Angelique Hatch, co-founder and president of the non-profit
International Child Advocacy Network (ICAN) and member of the board of directors for JCICS.
Screen grab courtesy Joint Council on International Children's Services
Every year the Symposium brings together professionals in the fields of child welfare, adoption and orphan care for three days of information gathering, idea sharing and networking. All those with an interest in ensuring that children live, grow and flourish in a permanent, safe and loving family are invited to attend. Four topic-focused tracks: Medical and Nutritional Institute; U.S. Foster Care and Domestic Adoption Curriculum; Intercountry Adoption Curriculum; and Orphan Care Curriculum.
Her talk summarized research findings regarding impacts of traumatic early experience on cognitive and social-emotional development, and defined principles for mental health clinical practice for young children with a history of early adversity. Learn more about our child mental health program. View the full talk
In this photo, Beth helps the care center staff to create their own system for accurate preparation of special formula (F100) to feed malnourished children.