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Webinar: Somer Bishop, Gaia Novarino and Huda Zoghbi on COVID-19 and autism research

 /  31 March 2020
The Presenters
Somer Bishop
Associate professor, University of California, San Francisco

Somer Bishop is a clinical psychologist and professor in residence of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco.

Gaia Novarino
Professor, Institute of Science and Technology

Gaia Novarino is professor of neuroscience at the Institute of Science and Technology in Klosterneuburg, Austria.

Huda Zoghbi
Professor, Baylor College of Medicine

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.

You can watch a full replay of the webinar above.

Use the comments section to submit questions we didn’t have time to discuss during the webinar, or to pose follow-up questions for Bishop, Novarino and Zoghbi.

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