lunes, abril 02, 2007

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

Director de Investigaciones del MIND.



David Amaral, Ph.D.
PANEL DE CONFERENCIANTES

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 ).
http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/mindinstitute/events/dls_recorded_events.html
M.I.N.D. Institute
2006-07 Distinguished Lecturer Series

PROGRAMA DE LAS VIDEOCONFERENCIAS
(EN ROJO LAS EMITIDAS, EN AZUL LAS PENDIENTES)
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



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Location
M.I.N.D. Institute Auditorium 2825 50th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
Lectures
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.
Information
For additional information, including directions, please visit our Web site:
www.mindinstitute.org
(916) 703-0280
* See Web site regarding access to the February 14th lectures.www.mindinstitute.org