Lunch seminar: "Autism Research and Advocacy: Global and Local Perspectives" - Clarence Schutt and Robert Titus
Monday, Nov. 19th - 12:30pm-1:30pm
366 Wallace Hall
Clarence Schutt is a Professor of Chemistry at Princeton University. Professor Schutt has taught undergraduate courses at the Woodrow Wilson School on Pharmaceutical Discovery, FDA Regulation & Federal Health Policy, Freshman Seminars on Architectonics, Consilience & 'Process', Honors Freshman Chemistry, and graduate courses on the Structural Biology of Neurobiological Disorders. His research focuses on determining crystal structures of large biological complexes. He has been an advocate for autism research for nearly 20 years, helping to raise over $100 million for autism research and treatment.
Robert Titus, B.A. is the Director of Public Policy for Autism New Jersey. Bob graduated from Montclair State College magna cum laude, with a major in English and a minor in Classical Studies. He is a registered governmental affairs agent in New Jersey and a notary public. Prior to joining ANJ in 2009, Bob was an engineer for Verizon New Jersey for 34 years. He served on the COSAC/ANJ Board from 1987-2005 and from 2008-2009. From 1988 until 2001, Bob was Board President and was chairman of the Executive, Trustees, Nominations, Executive Search, and Public Policy committees during that time. He has a 29-year-old son with autism who resides in a group home supervised by Eden Acres in Mercer County, New Jersey. Bob also serves on the Board of Directors of Princeton Child Development Institute in Princeton, New Jersey.
Lunch will be served.
Audience: This event is for students, faculty and staff only. RSVP required. To RSVP, email email@example.com by Nov. 15th.
This event is sponsored by the Program in Global Health & Health Policy and the Center for Health & Wellbeing.