lunes, abril 02, 2007

Videoconferencias sobre autismo del M.I.N.D Institute 2006-2007

Director de Investigaciones del MIND.

David Amaral, Ph.D.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Colorado State University

Yale University

Stephen J. Suomi, Ph.D.
National Institute of Child Healt & Human Development
Baylor College Medicine

Medical School & Massachusetts General Hospita

University of Chicago

Montreal Children’s Hospital & McGill University

Harvard University & Massachusetts General Hospital
University College London
Radboud University Nijmegen

Harvard University & Boston Children’s Hospital

En la dirección siguiente puede asistir a la videoconferencias ( son en inglés ).
M.I.N.D. Institute
2006-07 Distinguished Lecturer Series

David L. Pauls, Ph.D. October 11, 2006
Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital

4 p.m. The Genetics of Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome
6 p.m. Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: What is the Relationship?
Arthur L. Beaudet, M.D. November 8, 2006
Baylor University

4 p.m. A Mixed Epigenetic/Genetic and De Novo/Inherited (MEGDI) Model for Autism
6 p.m. If the Incidence of Autism is Increasing, What Could be the Cause?
Stephen J. Suomi, Ph.D. December 13, 2006
National Institute of Child Health & Human Development
4 p.m. Aggression, Serotonin and Gene-Environment Interactions in Rhesus Monkeys and Primates
6 p.m. Up-tight, Laid-back, and Jumpy Monkeys
Lawrence Scahill, Ph.D. January 10, 2007
Yale University

4 p.m. Designing Clinical Trials in Autism: Keep It Simple, Keep It Real
6 p.m. Medication Treatment in Autism: What Really Works
Temple Grandin, Ph.D.* February 14, 2007*
Colorado State University

4 p.m. Exploring the Mind of a Visual Thinker: Thinking in Photo-Realistic Pictures
6 p.m. My Experience with Autism
Joseph Piven, M.D. March 14, 2007
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
4 p.m. Towards Defining the Phenotype in Autism
6 p.m. How Do We Define Autism in Studies Aimed at Understanding the Underlying Biological Causes and Mechanisms?
Susan Bookheimer, Ph.D. April 11, 2007
University of California, Los Angeles

4 p.m. Neural Basis of Social Communication Deficits in Autism: Insights from Functional Imaging
6 p.m. Brain Imaging in Autism
Leonard Abbeduto, Ph.D. May 9, 2007
University of Wisconsin
4 p.m. Language Problems in Fragile X Syndrome: From Behavioral Phenotypes to Family Contexts
6 p.m. Understanding the Communication Challenges of Youth with Fragile X Syndrome
Tony Charman, Ph.D. June 13, 2007
University College London
4 p.m. Looking for Subgroups amongst Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
6 p.m. The Prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Insights and Challenges

M.I.N.D. Institute Auditorium 2825 50th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
All lectures are free and open to the public.
No reservations are needed.*
The 4 p.m. lecture is more technical in nature and oriented toward specialists.
The 6 p.m. lecture is more general in nature and oriented toward community members.
For additional information, including directions, please visit our Web site:
(916) 703-0280
* See Web site regarding access to the February 14th

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