Leadership for the Institute for Child and Adolescent Brain Health

In Fall 2019, the Board of Regents approved the purchase of the former Shriners Children's Hospital campus for the development of the Institute for Child and Adolescent Brain Health. With this purchase, Damien Fair, PhD, and Michael Georgieff, MD, executive vice chair and professor in pediatrics, have been named co-directors of the institute. For more information on these honorary appointments, read the full article

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