Staff

Miles Banks
Miles Banks
My name is Miles Banks. I am 26 years old and am from Providence, RI. I watch television, game shows, and YouTube videos, and I play online games (computer, app, video). I like to walk a lot and listen to music. My job-related interests are stocking (putting things in order) and counting money. I want to find a well-paying job and get back into Trident Tech for online networking. Some fun facts about me are that I am into puzzles, racing games, word searches, math, cars, action games, and wrestling.
Scott Biehl
Scott Biehl
I’m into cars, kids, autism, drawing, trains, and driving. I’m from New York. I went to a trade school for collision and refinishing. I look forward to help others learn about autism and how to help others with it.
Kristina Blake
Kristina Blake
My name is Kristina Blake, and I am 24 years old. I live in Goose Creek, SC. I have fun riding horses, doing Zumba, reading, playing games, and listening to music. I like working with children and animals, and possibly want to be able to work in a music studio. During my time with the Autism News NetWORK, I would like to accomplish better communication skills, be more comfortable around others, and learn everything I possibly can. I love my pets and being a part of groups.
Jennifer Engel
Jennifer Engel
My name is Jennifer Engel. I am from Ohio and I am 19 years old. I love animals, video games, and spending time with family.
Kaede Ennead
Kaede Ennead
My name is Kaede Ennead. I’m an artist and I dream of being in a JRPG (Japanese Role Playing Game) franchise, the Tales series. I’m also into ancient Egypt and I’m the author of Tales of Kemet, my fan fiction I wrote dedicated to the Tales series that I want turned into a video game.
Leo D. Glover
Leo D. Glover
I have Autism. I am online as Leo D. Glover. I live with my mom. I enjoy film and theater. I love NBA basketball and my favorite team is the Boston Celtics. Also, I am a BIG Charleston Riverdogs fan!
Bobby Kalman
Bobby Kalman
My name is Bobby Kalman, and I am 22 years old. I was born in Romania, and have lived in Charleston for most of my life. I like to ride horses and enjoy taking pictures with my iPhone. I am interested in graphic design, making cool logos, and working with fonts with an app on the phone. My goals for this program are to hopefully get assigned a job with a TV or radio production company that is local to the Charleston area. Some fun facts about me: I love horses, technology, and gaming.
Kyle Kilvington
Kyle Kilvington
My name is Kyle Kilvington. I am 31 years old, born on may 22nd. I am on the autism spectrum with high functioning autism and am an avid video gamer. My hobbies include mostly games of all types and crafting, I am able to knit scarves and crochet blankets for relaxation. I help out with the ANN doing editing and conducting interviews.
David Mitchell
David Mitchell
My name is David Mitchell. I am 21 years old and from Ravenel, S.C.
I like to play video games, edit videos, read articles, artwork and drawing, railfanning, live streaming on YouTube, making blueprints, and repairing and building things, working out. I also like to do public speaking. I am a Self-Advocate for autism rights, video blogger, livestreamer, Youtuber, video editor, artist, advocate, speaker. I am proud to be autistic.
Patrick Reid
Patrick Reid
Hi! I’m sort of your everyday average Joe. But I’m also a passionate competitive Pokemon player. When you face me, watch out! Because I don’t go easy! I’m also an artist! Both on paper and digital (pixel art). You can see some of my work on Facebook. I also LOVE anime! My favorite is Gurren Lagann!


M. Frampton Gwynette, MD

Dr. M. Frampton Gwynette graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine in 2000. He completed both his residency in Adult Psychiatry and fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.

Dr. Gwynette joined MUSC’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Faculty in 2006. He is the Founder and Director of Project Rex, a social skills training program that has served hundreds of patients with Autism and their families throughout the state since 2008. Dr. Gwynette is also the Director of the General Psychiatry Clinic within the Department’s Community and Public Safety Psychiatry Division. In this role, Dr. Gwynette has administrative, teaching and supervisory roles working alongside third and fourth-year psychiatry residents, clinical faculty, and support staff.

Since 2011, Dr. Gwynette has helped lead both on-campus and community efforts to bring an Autism Center to MUSC. Dr. Gwynette’s clinical and research interests include biological and behavioral interventions for patients with Autism. He served as the principal investigator for the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) for Adults with Autism and Depression trial, and a co-investigator for the Learning Enhancement Through Neurostimulation (LENS) study. Dr. Gwynette also recently served as the principal investigator for an internally funded pilot grant studying the implementation of a social skills program using an online social network (Facebook). In addition, he served as a Co-Investigator on the Biomarkers in Autism of Aripiprazole and Risperidone Treatment (BAART), a federally funded, multi-center pharmacogenetic trial led by Primary Investigator Lindsay DeVane, Ph.D.

Dr. Gwynette has served on the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability Committee since 2014. He also serves in several other leadership positions in the state, including the Executive Council of the American Psychiatric Association’s South Carolina Branch and as the current President of the South Carolina Chapter of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.


Lisa Ferazzoli, MA, PA-C. LPC/A,

Lisa began working in healthcare in 2002. She graduated from Touro College, School of Health Sciences, in New York, where she earned a degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She is nationally certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. During her career, Lisa has worked both inpatient and outpatient medicine in the New York City area caring for a diverse range of patients. Lisa’s passion for providing mental health care and education inspired her to pursue an additional degree and in 2020 she graduated from New York University with a Masters Degree in Applied Psychology; Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness. She completed her clinical training at Tuft’s Medical Center in Boston, MA. She is currently licensed in South Carolina as a Licensed Professional Counseling Associate. In 2021, Lisa and her family relocated to Charleston and she joined the Project Rex staff in February of 2022.

Staff

Miles Banks
Miles Banks
My name is Miles Banks. I am 26 years old and am from Providence, RI. I watch television, game shows, and YouTube videos, and I play online games (computer, app, video). I like to walk a lot and listen to music. My job-related interests are stocking (putting things in order) and counting money. I want to find a well-paying job and get back into Trident Tech for online networking. Some fun facts about me are that I am into puzzles, racing games, word searches, math, cars, action games, and wrestling.
Scott Biehl
Scott Biehl
I’m into cars, kids, autism, drawing, trains, and driving. I’m from New York. I went to a trade school for collision and refinishing. I look forward to help others learn about autism and how to help others with it.
Kristina Blake
Kristina Blake
My name is Kristina Blake, and I am 24 years old. I live in Goose Creek, SC. I have fun riding horses, doing Zumba, reading, playing games, and listening to music. I like working with children and animals, and possibly want to be able to work in a music studio. During my time with the Autism News NetWORK, I would like to accomplish better communication skills, be more comfortable around others, and learn everything I possibly can. I love my pets and being a part of groups.
Jennifer Engel
Jennifer Engel
My name is Jennifer Engel. I am from Ohio and I am 19 years old. I love animals, video games, and spending time with family.
Kaede Ennead
Kaede Ennead
My name is Kaede Ennead. I’m an artist and I dream of being in a JRPG (Japanese Role Playing Game) franchise, the Tales series. I’m also into ancient Egypt and I’m the author of Tales of Kemet, my fan fiction I wrote dedicated to the Tales series that I want turned into a video game.
Leo D. Glover
Leo D. Glover
I have Autism. I am online as Leo D. Glover. I live with my mom. I enjoy film and theater. I love NBA basketball and my favorite team is the Boston Celtics. Also, I am a BIG Charleston Riverdogs fan!
Bobby Kalman
Bobby Kalman
My name is Bobby Kalman, and I am 22 years old. I was born in Romania, and have lived in Charleston for most of my life. I like to ride horses and enjoy taking pictures with my iPhone. I am interested in graphic design, making cool logos, and working with fonts with an app on the phone. My goals for this program are to hopefully get assigned a job with a TV or radio production company that is local to the Charleston area. Some fun facts about me: I love horses, technology, and gaming.
Kyle Kilvington
Kyle Kilvington
My name is Kyle Kilvington. I am 31 years old, born on may 22nd. I am on the autism spectrum with high functioning autism and am an avid video gamer. My hobbies include mostly games of all types and crafting, I am able to knit scarves and crochet blankets for relaxation. I help out with the ANN doing editing and conducting interviews.
David Mitchell
David Mitchell
My name is David Mitchell. I am 21 years old and from Ravenel, S.C.
I like to play video games, edit videos, read articles, artwork and drawing, railfanning, live streaming on YouTube, making blueprints, and repairing and building things, working out. I also like to do public speaking. I am a Self-Advocate for autism rights, video blogger, livestreamer, Youtuber, video editor, artist, advocate, speaker. I am proud to be autistic.
Patrick Reid
Patrick Reid
Hi! I’m sort of your everyday average Joe. But I’m also a passionate competitive Pokemon player. When you face me, watch out! Because I don’t go easy! I’m also an artist! Both on paper and digital (pixel art). You can see some of my work on Facebook. I also LOVE anime! My favorite is Gurren Lagann!
Dr. M. Frampton Gwynette, MD
Dr. M. Frampton Gwynette, MD
Dr. M. Frampton Gwynette graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine in 2000. He completed both his residency in Adult Psychiatry and fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.

Dr. Gwynette joined MUSC’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Faculty in 2006. He is the Founder and Director of Project Rex, a social skills training program that has served hundreds of patients with Autism and their families throughout the state since 2008. Dr. Gwynette is also the Director of the General Psychiatry Clinic within the Department’s Community and Public Safety Psychiatry Division. In this role, Dr. Gwynette has administrative, teaching and supervisory roles working alongside third and fourth-year psychiatry residents, clinical faculty, and support staff.

Since 2011, Dr. Gwynette has helped lead both on-campus and community efforts to bring an Autism Center to MUSC. Dr. Gwynette’s clinical and research interests include biological and behavioral interventions for patients with Autism. He served as the principal investigator for the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) for Adults with Autism and Depression trial, and a co-investigator for the Learning Enhancement Through Neurostimulation (LENS) study. Dr. Gwynette also recently served as the principal investigator for an internally funded pilot grant studying the implementation of a social skills program using an online social network (Facebook). In addition, he served as a Co-Investigator on the Biomarkers in Autism of Aripiprazole and Risperidone Treatment (BAART), a federally funded, multi-center pharmacogenetic trial led by Primary Investigator Lindsay DeVane, Ph.D.

Dr. Gwynette has served on the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability Committee since 2014. He also serves in several other leadership positions in the state, including the Executive Council of the American Psychiatric Association’s South Carolina Branch and as the current President of the South Carolina Chapter of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Lisa Ferazzoli, MA, PA-C. LPC/A
Lisa Ferazzoli, MA, PA-C. LPC/A
Lisa began working in healthcare in 2002. She graduated from Touro College, School of Health Sciences, in New York, where she earned a degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She is nationally certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. During her career, Lisa has worked both inpatient and outpatient medicine in the New York City area caring for a diverse range of patients. Lisa’s passion for providing mental health care and education inspired her to pursue an additional degree and in 2020 she graduated from New York University with a Masters Degree in Applied Psychology; Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness. She completed her clinical training at Tuft’s Medical Center in Boston, MA. She is currently licensed in South Carolina as a Licensed Professional Counseling Associate. In 2021, Lisa and her family relocated to Charleston and she joined the Project Rex staff in February of 2022.
Dr. Eblin’s graduate training included: outpatient psychiatry, inpatient psychiatry, consult liaison, partial hospitalization, and assertive community treatment. She received specialized training in suicide prevention and the therapy models of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Family Based Therapy while in graduate school. Her doctoral research was based on reducing seclusion and restraint practices on an inpatient child and adolescent psychiatry unit.

Dr. Eblin first began her career in psychiatry leading Dialectical Behavioral Therapy groups at a partial hospitalization program for children and adolescents during undergraduate. Upon graduation she worked as a Registered Nurse for an inpatient pediatric behavioral health unit where she received additional training in crisis prevention. Her personal areas of clinical interest include psychopharmacology, behavioral therapy and social skills training.

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