Postdoctoral scholar, State Lab and Sanders Lab, University of California, San Francisco
Donna Werling is assistant professor of genetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
On 22 June, Donna Werling discussed strategies for investigating autism’s skewed sex ratio and described clues from her work on gene expression in male and female brains.
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