Using imaging methods to sort mouse models of autism may help identify subtypes of autistic people with similar underlying biology.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Angie Voyles Askham
People with dup15q syndrome and those with idiopathic autism have similar patterns of altered gene expression in early brain development and later in life.
A new atlas reveals how the structural shake-ups within a cell’s genome differ by cell type and brain region over time.
This month’s issue is packed with tips for early-career researchers heading to the first in-person meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in three years.
Mice missing the autism-linked SHANK2 and SHANK3 genes in their retrosplenial cortex have trouble distinguishing between novel and familiar mice.
A new analysis package enables researchers to distill multiple measures of Angelman syndrome mice into a single ‘severity score.’
Here is a roundup of news and research for the week of 10 October.
The pair’s new guidebook offers practical steps to make clinical trials easier and more meaningful for autistic participants.
Spectrum Launch: Neuropsychology’s diversity problem; the true cost of a postdoc; a bevy of job posts
Two groups are working to increase representation among neuropsychology researchers, in part to improve behavioral assessments for autism.