green barThe Metabolic Clinical Nutrition Program funded a partnership between the University of Vermont and the Vermont Department of Health’s Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHN) Program. This project supported the Metabolic Clinic Program at the UVM Clinical Genetics Program and coordinated the care of pediatric metabolic patients, providing best practices for treatment, direct services to patients, and coordination of care with schools, children’s integrated services, and CSHN.

Contact us about the Metabolic Clinical Nutrition Program

The Metabolic Clinical Nutrition Program ended in 2019. For more information, please email Malai Holland

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What does "project completed" mean?

Many of our projects receive funding for a specific amount of time. After that period is over, either we will transfer the project to another organization, or we will maintain a webpage for the project that only has historical information.

We consider those projects to be "completed". Their websites will say "project completed" and have a banner at the top of the page that says "project completed".

For instance, we worked on the PRIDE Project from 2005 to 2016. In 2016, when we completed our part of the project, we transferred the PRIDE Project to the Vermont Statewide Independent Living Council. They changed its name to Include! and continue to work on it.