Presenter: Maryellen Daston, Program Specialist, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, OH and Karen Guo
Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2019.
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm (Eastern Time)
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Maryellen Daston is a researcher and technical writer with a background in biomedical research. Prior to her current position with Project SEARCH, she worked in the field of developmental neuroscience. In her current position, Maryellen works with the Project SEARCH central administration team at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center where she manages the Project SEARCH database, develops online training modules, manages content for the Project SEARCH website, and writes and edits articles for professional journals and other communications. She researches funding opportunities, writes grant proposals, and oversees research related to Project SEARCH. In addition, Maryellen co-authored the book on the history, philosophy, and practices that define the Project SEARCH model, “High School Transition that Works: Lessons Learned from Project SEARCH”, Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Contact Maryellen https://www.projectsearch.us/
Karen Guo is a pediatric occupational therapist. She achieved her BS degree in Psychology at the University of Michigan and Doctorate of Occupational Therapy at the Ohio State University. She began her collaboration with Health Matters and Project SEARCH as a graduate student studying health education and promotion for individuals with developmental disabilities, and continues as part of the team to create a usable guideline for instructors to routinely implement Health Matters into their Project SEARCH Curriculum.
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