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Queen's University

Centre for Studies in Primary Care

May 29


Students Receive Funding from the A. Stuart Robb Fund 

Congratulationsto two students supervised by Dr. Ian Casson who have been approved for funding from the A. Stuart Robb Fund for research in developmental disabilities as announced by Dr. Richard Reznick, Dean of Queen's Health Sciences. 

These students are:

Amanda Lepp a Queen's Medical Student who just completed her first year. Amanda was funded for her summer project called, "A Pilot Project Implementing Planned Clinical Encounters with Patients with Developmental Disability for Residents of the Department of Family Medicine at Queen's University".  

Dr. Ullanda Niel a resident in our PGY3 Family Medicine Developmental Disabilities Program, was funded for her project called "Exploring Models of Primary Care Delivery for Youth and Adults with Developmental Disabilities: A Pilot Study". Dr Niel will be co-supervised by Dr. Clarissa Kripke of the UCSF Office of Developmental Primary Care in San Francisco.

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