Adjunct Scientist, Mouse Imaging Centre, The Hospital for Sick Children
Associate Professor in Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto
On January 29, 2020, Jason Lerch will explore this question: What do modern ways of looking at brains and genes tell us about autism – or autisms – and its relation to attention deficit disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and other related disorders of brain development?
Professor in Neurology, Harvard Medical School
On 5 October 2016, Mustafa Sahin presented an update on translational research in Tuberous Sclerosis Complex.
On 7 September 2016, Ruth O'Hara discussed the field’s current understanding of sleep in autism spectrum disorder.
Bullard Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School
On 27 April 2016, Christopher Walsh reviewed recent work on ‘somatic mutations’ — de novo mutations that are present in some brain cells but not in all cells of the body — in several neurological conditions associated with intellectual disability and seizures.
On 30 March 2016, Catherine Monk described her lab’s fetal origins of adult disease studies that focus on women in the perinatal period and fetal and infant neurobehavioral development, including direct studies of the fetus, newborn brain imaging and placental methylation.
Group Leader, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
On 27 January 2016, Gordon Fishell described his investigations of the developmental and genetic origins of interneuron development.
On 11 November 2015, David S. Mandell talked about why autism interventions rarely are implemented in community practice and why they fail to achieve the same outcomes as those observed in clinical trials.