Spectrum: Autism Research News
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 director of the University of Pittsburgh’s Autism Center of Excellence talks about her new work investigating suicidality in autistic adults.
The NIH neurologist talks about her research, her family and how mental health labels can be limiting.
In this episode of “Synaptic,” Kasari talks about the need for inclusion in educating autistic children, what drew her into the autism research field, and growing up on the family farm.
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.
Postdoctoral positions are relatively short, so starting out on the right foot can make all the difference. Researchers offer their advice for making that happen.
The new tool could help clinicians diagnose autism in children younger than 3, the findings show.
A protective pathway that pauses protein synthesis is muted in a mouse model of fragile X syndrome, according to a new study.
Most children with the condition, however, gain communication and social abilities over time.