1011 Veterans Memorial Parkway
Riverside, RI 02915
The Bradley Campus Research Unit, under the direction of Gregory Fritz, MD, is part of the Bradley Hasbro Children's Research Center (BHCRC). Its offices are located in the east wing of the Laufer building on the Bradley Hospital campus in East Providence, RI.
The unit is home to the Pedi-MIND program, The Developmental Disorders Genetics Research Program, Neuroplasticity and Autism Disorder Program and the Health Services Research Program.
The goal of the Pedi-MIND program is to identify biological and behavioral markers of psychiatric illness in children and adolescents in order to improve diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of these conditions. Daniel Dickstein, MD sees patients in the outpatient clinic. For more information and to enroll in a study, please visit Pedi-MIND program.
The Developmental Disorders Genetics Research Program seeks to identify genes associated with autism and intellectual disability so that it can be detected and diagnosed earlier and more accurately and treated more effectively. Eric Morrow, MD, PhD, sees patients on the Bradley campus. His genetics and neuroscience research lab is located at Brown University. For more information or to enroll in a study, please visit the Developmental Disorders Genetics Research Program.
The Neuroplasticity and Autism Disorder Program uses electrophysiological techniques to investigate contributors to autism spectrum disorders with the long-term goal of developing novel therapeutic interventions.
The Health Services Research Program focuses on identifying and remediating gaps in the care of young people struggling
with mental health and substance use disorders.
RI-CART’s mission is to improve the lives of Rhode Islanders with autism spectrum disorders by promoting collaborative, cutting-edge research, improving health care and support services, and providing data-driven education and advocacy. For more information or to enroll in a study, please visit RI-CART.