SFARI Webinar Series
The SFARI Webinar Series highlights interesting findings, techniques or topics in autism research. Presenters include leaders in the field as well as up-and-coming researchers.
We invite questions for the speakers, both before and during the sessions. You can submit questions ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming SFARI webinars:
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Press policy: The SFARI Webinar Series aims to facilitate the free exchange of ideas among autism researchers, including discussion of published and unpublished research, hypotheses and results. Members of the press may report information presented during a SFARI webinar only if that material has already been published elsewhere or they have first obtained express written consent from the presenter.
Watch previous webinars:
10 February 2014Comments ( 14 )
Watch the complete replay of Kevin Pelphrey discussing how imaging can chart social cognition in the brains of children with autism.
15 January 2014Comments ( 0 )
Watch the complete replay of Michael Merzenich discussing how the brain’s ability to change with experience may lead to new treatments for autism.
11 November 2013Comments ( 2 )
Watch the complete replay of Beth Stevens discussing the link between immune cells in the brain, neuronal junctions and autism. Submit follow-up questions.
30 October 2013Comments ( 5 )
Watch the complete replay of Lonnie Zwaigenbaum discussing what studying siblings of individuals with autism can tell us about risk and early detection of the disorder. Submit follow-up questions.
9 September 2013Comments ( 0 )
Watch the complete replay of Benjamin Philpot discussing the possibility of pharmacologically turning on a silent gene to treat Angelman syndrome. Submit follow-up questions.