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May 2022
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Community Newsletter: Ethical review boards, Spectrum 10K, participatory tips

by  /  29 May 2022

The autism science community this week tweeted about whether underpowered studies pose ethical questions, if Spectrum 10K should restart and why autistic advocates participate in biomedical research.

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Community Newsletter: COVID-19 at INSAR, PTEN enhancer, baby sib findings

by  /  22 May 2022

This week’s newsletter looks at tweets about COVID-19 at last week’s INSAR meeting, an unusual enhancer regulating the autism-linked gene PTEN, and new findings from the Infant Brain Imaging Study.

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INSAR Community Newsletter: Tweets & murmurs from Day Three

by  /  13 May 2022

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.

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INSAR Community Newsletter: Tweets & murmurs from Days 1 and 2 of the meeting

by  /  12 May 2022

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.

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Community Newsletter: Hormonal gene regulation, gene-disease links, INSAR

by  /  8 May 2022

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.

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Community Newsletter: Journal jobs, FMRP outside fragile X, convergent neuroscience

by  /  1 May 2022

As May kicks off, we round up tweets about new appointments, FMRP and Alzheimer’s disease, disparities in autism diagnoses, and the power of genomics.

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April 2022
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Community Newsletter: Tracking cellular origins, autism acceptance, social-communication gains

by  /  24 April 2022

This week’s newsletter looks at new paper alerts about neocortical development, double empathy and predicting ‘super responders,’ plus queries for the science Twitterverse.

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Community Newsletter: Human pluripotent stem cells, a prediction algorithm challenge, autistic perspectives

by  /  17 April 2022

Twitter toasts two new papers on reprogramming stem cells and searching for autism biomarkers in the brain, as well as incorporating autistic voices to set research and health-care agendas.

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Community Newsletter: Organoid drug screens, intervention overreach, self-advocates’ concerns

by  /  10 April 2022

It’s a mixed bag of ICYMIs from the autism research Twittersphere this week, ranging from separable cell clusters to research concerns of different kinds.

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Community Newsletter: Completed human genome, chromosome 16 convergence, avoiding ableism

by  /  3 April 2022

This week’s newsletter looks at tweets about new genes, familiar chromosomal regions and outdated terms.

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