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Clinical Advisory Board

The Clinical Advisory Board (CAB) advises the Foundation on the identification, funding, and development of clinical research projects. Clinical research investigates the treatment, intervention, prevention, and support of individuals with medical, health, and behavioral issues, and their families. The CAB consists of professionals from a variety of disciplines who have extensive research experience into clinical issues.

Timothy HartshorneTimothy Hartshorne, Ph.D 
Chair – CHARGE Syndrome Foundation, Clinical Advisory Board
Professor of Psychology
Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan




stratton-kasee-headshot-2015Kasee Stratton-Gadke, Ph.D., NCSP
Assistant Professor
Department of Counseling & Educational Psychology’s School Psychology Graduate Program
Mississippi State University




dr-blakeKim Blake, MB, MRCP, FRCPC
Professor of Medicine (Pediatrics)
Dalhousie University
Halifax, NS, Canada