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 email@example.com.
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Series aims to facilitate the free exchange of ideas among autism researchers, including discussion of published and unpublished research, hypotheses and results.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:
25 March 2015Comments ( 0 )
Watch the complete replay of Randy Buckner’s webinar discussing ‘daydreaming’ brain circuitry and what it might reveal about autism.
11 March 2015Comments ( 46 )
Watch the complete replay of David Skuse and William Mandy’s webinar on why reported sex ratios for autism may be fundamentally flawed.
18 February 2015Comments ( 0 )
Watch the complete replay of Kathryn Roeder’s webinar discussing how powerful statistical tools can yield insight into the genetic risk for autism.
15 October 2014Comments ( 0 )
Watch the complete replay of David Amaral and Alison Singer’s webinar on the potential of postmortem brain research for understanding autism.
1 October 2014Comments ( 0 )
On 1 October, Mark Daly discussed new insights into autism from common and rare genetic variants. (Due to technical issues, the video replay for this webinar is unavailable.)