We are covering the talks in Austin, Texas, this week, plus what the research community is talking about online, in the Lone Star Ballroom and around town.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
The sex-specific effects may help elucidate why the small number of boys with DDX3X syndrome are born to unaffected mothers.
Many autism researchers say they are excited to gather in person for the first time in three years, but concerns about COVID-19 and the meeting location persist.
This week’s newsletter spotlights a Twitter deep dive about genes, hormones and the developing brain, plus upcoming events at the annual autism conference in Austin, Texas.
Having a genetic predisposition to inflammation is linked to structural changes in brain regions implicated in neurodevelopmental conditions.
With INSAR 2022 on the horizon, some autism researchers are staring down their first ever in-person meeting — and wondering how to prepare.
A new longitudinal study paints a favorable picture of the outcomes for many autistic adults in the city of Yokohama.
Ramping up levels of one isoform of the autism-linked protein reverses traits in model mice, a new study shows.
The “tortured phrases” — strangely worded paraphrases of established terms — may be the work of software that attempts to disguise plagiarism.