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Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis Foundation (RRPF)

Director: Bill Stern
Address: P.O. Box 6643
Voice: (609) 530-1443
Fax: (866) 498-7559
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis Foundation (RRPF) was created to provide family support; promote public awareness; and aid in the prevention, cure, and treatment of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis (RRP), a rare disease that affects the voice. The most common symptoms of RRP are a hoarse or strained voice, dysphonia (difficulty in speaking), or aphonia (loss of voice). The organization focuses primarily on networking within the RRP community, including patients, families, medical practitioners, and researchers. Its goal is to stimulate more RRP-related research that may lead to more effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for this disease. Professional/consumer brochures/pamphlets are available.

Publications:
RRP Medical Reference Service
Frequency: annually produced
Type: listing of current references/abstracts
RRP Newsletter
Frequency: published annually
Type: other

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Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. (RID)

President: Brenda Walker Prudhom
Director of Communications: Tina Schultz
Address: 333 Commerce Street
Voice: (703) 838-0030
TTY: (703) 838-0459
Fax: (703) 838-0454
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The mission of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc., (RID) is to provide international, national, regional, state, and local forums with an organizational structure for the continued growth and development of the profession of interpretation and transliteration of American Sign Language and English. Holds biennial conference; contact RID for date and location. Professional journal, newsletter, directory, fact sheets, brochures, and books are available.

Publications:
Journal of Interpretation
Frequency: annual
Type: professional journal
VIEWS
Frequency: quarterly
Type: magazine

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Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA)

Executive Director: M. Nell Bailey
Administrative Assistant: Dawn Paulson
Address: 1700 North Moore Street, Suite 1540
Voice: (703) 524-6686
TTY: (703) 524-6639
Fax: (703) 524-6630
Last updated: 2011 Jun 30

Description:
The Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) is an interdisciplinary association for the advancement of rehabilitation and assistive technologies. Members range from rehabilitation professionals to providers and consumers. RESNA is dedicated to promoting the exchange of ideas and information for the advancement of assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering. Administers a certification program that is designed to instill quality assurance offered by professionals who support people with disabilities. RESNA holds an annual conference; contact RESNA for date and location. RESNA also administers a federal grant that provides technical assistance and information to the 50 states and U.S. territories. Professional books and audiovisuals are available. Materials in alternative formats are available upon request.

Publications:
Assistive Technology
Frequency: quarterly
Type: journal
RESNA NewsBriefs
Frequency: weekly
Type: other

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Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center

Co-Directors: Diego Restrepo, Ph.D. and Thomas E. Finger, Ph.D.
Address: Anschutz Medical Campus, RCI-N, MS8315, Rm 7107, 12800 E. 19th Ave.
Voice: (303) 724-3405
Fax: (303) 724-3420
Last updated: 2014 May 2

Description:
The Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center (RMTSC) brings together multidisciplinary investigators to examine the fundamental cellular processes that underlie the chemical senses, including their dysfunctions and clinical implications. The program includes collaborative, multifaceted studies on the neurobiology of the senses of taste and smell in humans and other vertebrates, with a focus on elucidating basic biological and clinical problems related to chemical senses. The center receives support from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.

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