Neuroinflammation in ASD

Current evidence points to an increase in inflammation markers and oxidative stress in individuals with ASD. Hear Andrew Zimmerman, MD discuss changes in the brain associated with

Neuroinflammation in ASD2019-10-04T06:35:05-05:00

Ask the Clinician – with Nancy O’Hara, MD 2013

Have questions you’d like to ask a physician? Struggling to navigate evidence-based treatment for yourself or your loved one on the autism spectrum? Here’s your chance to pose

Ask the Clinician – with Nancy O’Hara, MD 20132021-07-19T14:18:52-05:00

Treatment Trials – R. Lozano, M.D., Ph.D.

Handouts are online – View handouts.pdf Published: 06/03/2013 Reymundo Lozano, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Lozano is a Pediatric Geneticist, who has dedicated his research to better understanding

Treatment Trials – R. Lozano, M.D., Ph.D.2021-07-19T14:19:52-05:00

Gene/Environment Interactions

Updates on emerging research on the role of epigenetics in the etiology of autism. From the 2013 ARI Think Tank. Published 04/27/2013 Dr. James is a Research

Gene/Environment Interactions2019-11-15T04:59:55-05:00

*A Parent’s Guide To Biomarkers For Autism

There is a lot of interest in the development of a biomarker for autism that could predict autism risk, assist in diagnosis, or even provide targets for possible

*A Parent’s Guide To Biomarkers For Autism2019-09-17T08:57:21-05:00

Diagnosis Matters

While making an accurate diagnosis of autism is important, it is also critical to look for other associated conditions that may require specific therapies. These can include

Diagnosis Matters2021-07-19T14:21:25-05:00

ASD & Ecosystem

Presented by Robert Naviaux, PhD at the Fall 2012 Autism Research Institute Conference The pace of change in the human ecosystem has accelerated rapidly in the past 30

ASD & Ecosystem2021-07-19T14:21:40-05:00
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