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January 2022

Beyond the Bench: A conversation with Kristin Sohl

by  /  13 January 2022

When pediatrician Kristin Sohl isn’t building programs to improve care for and research about autistic people, you can find her reading psychological thrillers or playing Pokémon Go.

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Spectrum’s Autism Drug Tracker, an interactive tool to explore clinical trial data

by  /  12 January 2022

Spectrum’s Autism Drug Tracker provides interactive, curated information about hundreds of clinical trials for autism and related conditions.

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Autism Drug Trial Tracker

by  /  12 January 2022

Explore hundreds of clinical trials with our interactive tool.

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Introducing Spectrum’s Autism Drug Trial Tracker

by  /  12 January 2022

The tool provides interactive, curated information on more than 200 clinical trials for autism and related conditions.

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Autism Drug Tracker: User Guide

by  /  12 January 2022

Learn how to use the autism drug tracker, with specific examples and detailed explanations for each data column.

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Adult autism diagnoses don’t routinely follow other diagnoses in childhood

by  /  11 January 2022

Among thousands of Danish adults diagnosed with autism after age 18, less than half were diagnosed with a psychiatric condition as children, a new study shows.

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Normal mouse brain (left) vs brain in mouse lacking POGZ gene (right)

Top autism-linked gene boosts DNA accessibility during development

by  /  10 January 2022

Loss of the POGZ gene in mice makes certain genes inaccessible and prevents their expression.

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Community Newsletter: Post-traumatic stress in older autistic people, Michael Rutter’s legacy

by  /  9 January 2022

In this week’s Community Newsletter, we look at conversations around a study of trauma and autism traits in older adults, and an editorial that looks back at late child psychiatrist Sir Michael Rutter’s contributions to the field.

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Spotted around the web: Gut issues, autism screens, prenatal genetic tests

by  /  7 January 2022

Here is a roundup of news and research for the week of 3 January.

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Alternate RNA versions of genes may shape autism

by  /  7 January 2022

Autism may involve different levels of RNA isoforms encoded by genes in the brain, which express many more proteins than previously thought.

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