Join the SFARI science team and leaders in the autism research community for an informal evening of food, drink, conversation and mingling on October 21, 2019, in Chicago.
On September 23, 2022, SFARI will co-host a virtual workshop about the causal mechanisms underlying neuropsychiatric conditions, from genes to cells to circuits to behavior. The event is organized in conjunction with the New York Genome Center, Columbia University, the University of California, San Francisco, the University of Oxford, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and the University of California, Los Angeles.
Director, Simons Foundation Neuroscience Collaborations
Have you ever contemplated the difference between a feeling, a thought and a memory? And how do all these things fit together in making us who we are?
Leonard Mlodinow is a theoretical physicist and best-selling author. In his latest book, “Emotional: How Feelings Shape Our Thinking,” he unpacks the role emotions play in our thinking and mental well-being.
Kelsey Martin, director of the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) and the foundation’s neuroscience collaborations, has spent much of her career as a neuroscientist seeking to understand better how experiences change brain connectivity to store long-term memories.
SFARI 2022 Genomics of ASD: Pathways to Biological Convergence and Genetic Therapies RFA — Informational session
On July 5, 2022, SFARI hosted an informational session on the 2022 Genomics of ASD: Pathways to Biological Convergence and Genetic Therapies request for applications (RFA). The session featured a discussion of the RFA’s objectives and priorities and an opportunity to ask questions with SFARI senior scientists Pamela Feliciano, Alan Packer, and Julia Sommer.
On February 25, 2022, SFARI held an informational session about the 2022 Human Cognitive and Behavioral Science request for applications. The session provided an overview of the RFA and its scientific priorities from SFARI senior scientist Pamela Feliciano, SFARI clinical research scientist LeeAnne Green Snyder, SFARI senior scientist Alice Luo Clayton and Clinical Research Associates deputy director Paul Wang.
SFARI hosted an informational session on the 2022 Bridge to Independence Award (BTI) request for applications (RFA). The session provided a brief overview of the BTI program and its objectives from SFARI senior scientist Alice Luo Clayton and an open Q&A panel and breakout room discussions with current BTI fellows Gabriella Boulting, Marino Pagan, and Stephanie Rudolph.
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