SFARI Investigators elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2019 Two SFARI Investigators are among the 100 newly elected members of the National Academy of Sciences.
SFARI presentations at INSAR 2019 SFARI Investigators and SFARI science staff will be giving a number of oral presentations at the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) 2019 Annual Meeting in Montreal, Canada (May 1-4).
SFARI Winter 2019 Pilot awardees announced SFARI is pleased to announce that it intends to fund 15 grants in response to the Winter 2019 Pilot Award request for applications (RFA).
Maximizing autism gene discovery by combining machine learning and single-cell expression data analyses Thorough understanding the genetic causes of autism spectrum disorder is critical to improving clinical care and advancing biomedical sciences. Yufeng Shen aims to maximize genetic discovery from the exome sequencing…
Shared alterations in gene expression networks mirror genetic risk across neuropsychiatric disorders In comparing gene expression profiles and SNP risk across psychiatric disorders, Michael Gandal, Daniel Geschwind and colleagues found that shared genetic risk manifests in alterations in gene networks.
SFARI announces the launch of HumanBase SFARI announces the launch of HumanBase, a Simons Foundation interactive web server for predictions and information about human genes, pathways and disorders.