Register for the next Spectrum webinar, featuring Stephen Kanne and Gaia Novarino, who will talk about autism research and clinical practice one year since the pandemic began.
Presentations by leading experts on their latest research.
On 10 February, André Fenton spoke about rethinking dysfunction in fragile X model mice.
On 27 January, Emily Jones spoke about insights from prospective longitudinal studies of autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
On 18 November, Donna Werling spoke about gene-expression patterns in the brains of autistic people, with an emphasis on neurobiology and sex differences.
On 29 July, Michelle Failla and David Moore gave a webinar on pain in autism, which focused on sensations, emotions and behaviors.
Mayada Elsabbagh spoke about the evidence for resilience in autism. Watch the replay.
Register for the next Spectrum webinar, featuring Vikaas Sohal, who will talk about inhibitory circuit dysfunction in mouse models of autism.
Webinar: Themba Carr, Amy Esler, Jeffrey Hine and Stephen Kanne on autism clinicians’ responses to COVID-19
On 23 April, Themba Carr, Amy Esler, Jeffrey Hine and Stephen Kanne spoke about how COVID-19 has affected their clinical practices, plus strategies for continuing to work during the crisis.
On 31 March, Somer Bishop, Gaia Novarino and Huda Zoghbi discussed how COVID-19 has affected their autism research and clinical practices, plus strategies for continuing to work during the crisis.
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