IMFAR 2014

John Elder Robison Urges Autism Self Advocates to Embrace Brain Research

John Elder Robison, renowned autism self-advocate and a neuro-diversity scholar at the College of William and Mary, called on the autism community to embrace brain research and the development of treatments that ease suffering. H... More...

An Inside Look at IMFAR 2014

At this year's International Meeting for Autism Resea... More...

Autism BrainNet Launches ‘It Takes Brains’ Donor Registration Website

For more information or to register, visit the It Takes Brains website or call: 1-877-333-0990.

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Can Translational Neuroscience Deliver Effective Treatments for Autism?

Neurodevelopmental psychiatrist Declan Murphy, of King&rs... More...

Brain Scans of Children with Autism Show Difficulty with Dueling Sensory Input

Using noninvasive brain scans, UCLA researchers showed how the brains of children with autism overreact when presented with competing sensory stimuli - in this case the touch of scratchy wool combined with loud traffic noises. They presented their... More...

Can EEG Identify Which High Risk Baby Sibs Need Intervention?

Harvard researchers studying babies in families affected by a... More...

Study Suggests Repetitive Behaviors Emerge Early in Autism

A greater focus on very early repetitive behaviors m... More...

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