2021 FUTURES Quality of Life Panel: Cognition in Duchenne

Focused on cognitive abilities and psychological wellness in individuals living with Duchenne.

Tiffany Cook, MS, CCC-SLP

Senior Director

CureDuchenne Cares

Missy Dixon, MS, PhD

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Divisions of Pediatric Neurology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

University of Utah

Danielle Forrest, OTR, OTD

Occupational Therapist III

Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Services

Matthew Harmelink, MD

Pediatric Neurologist

Medical College of Wisconsin

Mathula Thangarajh, MD, PhD, FAAN

Assistant Professor of Neurology

Virginia Commonwealth University

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