Spectrum: Autism Research News
The senior research manager at Meta Reality Labs talks about neural networks and his time at the Milton Hershey School.
The Nobel Prize winner talks about PIEZO 1 and 2, proprioception and the viral photo of him and his son from the 2021 Nobel Prize announcement.
The leader of the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute talks about what drew him into the autism field, and his departure from — and return to — the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Holland Bloorview clinician and research director discusses how growing up on a small island shaped her career and the existential questions that keep her up at night.
The experienced clinician discusses writing his recent paper, and its reception in the field.
With the help of a generous benefactor, autism research in Australia is gathering critical mass.
The two journals, although differing in initial support, both realized the need for a publication focused exclusively on the neurodiverse experience.
Spectrum talks with David Dobbs about researching his latest article, and what he found.
The collection offers a glimpse into differences in cell composition — across people and brain regions — that may shape neural function.
More than one-third of a cohort of autistic toddlers no longer meet criteria for the condition at school age, according to a new study, but the findings may not generalize because the cohort is predominantly white and affluent.
After 10 years of work, Neurona may have the data to quiet its skeptics. But its ongoing clinical trial will be the ultimate test.
The mutations disrupt protein translation as well as the cell’s skeleton, according to a new study.