Sarah Spence, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant in Neurology; Co-Director, Autism Spectrum Center, Boston Children’s Hospital
Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School

SFARI Investigator, SFARI Scientific Review Board Website

Funded Projects

SFARI Funded Publications

Defining the effect of the 16p11.2 duplication on cognition, behavior, and medical comorbidities. D'Angelo D., Lebon S., Chen Q., Martin-Brevet S., Snyder L.G., Hippolyte L., Hanson E., Maillard A.M., Faucett W.A., Macé A., Pain A., Bernier R., Chawner S.J., David A., Andrieux J., Aylward E., Baujat G., Caldeira I., Conus P., Ferrari C., Forzano F., Gérard M., Goin-Kochel R., Grant E., Hunter J., Isidor B., Jacquette A., Jonch A.E., Keren B., Lacombe D., Le Caignec C., Martin C.L., Männik K., Metspalu A., Mignot C., Mukherjee P., Owen M.J., Passeggeri M., Rooryck-Thambo C., Rosenfeld J.A., Spence S., Steinman K.J., Tjernagel J., Van Haelst M., Shen Y., Draganski B., Sherr E., Ledbetter D., van den Bree M.B., Beckmann J.S., Spiro J., Reymond A., Jacquemont S., Chung W., Cardiff University Experiences of Children With Copy Number Variants (ECHO) Study, the 16p11, 2 European Consortium, and the Simons Variation in Individuals Project (VIP) Consortium.
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