Thursday, September 3, 2009

Kristina Chew, Associate Professor of Classics, Speaks on Autism

Kristina Chew, associate professor of classics in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, was quoted in the August 16th Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in an article, "Autism group softens its stance on vaccines."

On June 26, Ms. Chew gave a presentation titled "Autism and Vaccines: A Parent’s Perspective" at the 15th Annual Pennsylvania Immunization Conference, Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey, PA. June 26, 2009.

Also in June, Ms. Chew was invited to, and participated in, reviewing grant proposals for autism research being considered for funding by the National Institutes of Health under President Obama’s stimulus plan.

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