New Jersey Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald (D-NJ) visited CHOP in May to learn more about CHOP’s autism research and our new Violence Prevention Initiative.
During his visit to CHOP, Greenwald met with:
- Joel Fein, MD, MPH, advocacy advisor with the Office of Government Affairs, Community Relations and Advocacy
- Stephen Leff, PhD, co-director of the Violence Prevention Initiative
- Judith S. Miller, PhD, MS, senior scientist and training director of the Center for Autism Research
- Nathan J. Blum, MD, chief of the Division of Child Development, Rehabilitation Medicine and Metabolic Disease
- Timothy P. Roberts, PhD, vice chair of research for the Department of Radiology
- Symme Trachtenberg, MSW, director of community education
- Amy Kratchman, a parent of a teen with autism who is being treated at CHOP
Greenwald has served in the New Jersey General Assembly since 1996 and served as chairman of the Budget Committee from 2002-2011. Currently a practicing lawyer in Voorhees, NJ, Greenwald is a member of the Bar Associations of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.