13 May 2013Comments ( 1 )
We check in with the community about building more efficient bridges between families affected by autism and the scientists seeking its cure.
6 May 2013Comments ( 4 )
Conversations with researchers at the 2013 International Meeting for Autism Research in San Sebastián, Spain, raised provocative questions about the nature of autism. How do we make sense of its staggering heterogeneity, multiple genetic causes and widespread overlap with other disorders?
3 May 2013Comments ( 3 )
We checked in from the 2013 International Meeting for Autism Research with daily reactions from this year’s attendees.
29 April 2013Comments ( 1 )
A candidate drug for Angelman syndrome shows promise in activating the gene silenced in people with the disorder, and only that gene. Why doesn’t it unsilence other genes?
15 April 2013Comments ( 0 )
Online tools to collect data on children with autism provide an opportunity to expand sample sizes and reach a broader audience. But how far can these tools go in replacing traditional clinical evaluations?