Research by Topic: females

A quick recap of the ASF Day of Learning

Published April 18, 2016

On this week’s podcast, the #ASFautismTed talks will be summarized in 10 minutes.  The podcast also includes pictures from the day in the video portion.  The full talks will be up on the ASF website soon, but if you can’t wait, here is a recap:  http://asfpodcast.org/?p=180.

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Special Issue of Molecular Autism Focuses on Gender Differences

Published June 16, 2015 in Molecular Autism

Previously understudied, a special issue of the science journal Molecular Autism dedicates space to females with ASD. Leading the list is a summary of the October, 2014 meeting on gender issues co-sponsored by ASF. Download all of the articles free by clicking here http://www.molecularautism.com/series/sexdifferences?utm_campaign=BMC18421C&utm_medium=BMCemail&utm_source=Teradata

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Largest ever study on parental age and autism identifies new groups with increased risk

Published June 12, 2015

A new study replicated the finding of increased risk of having a child with autism among older parents. Because of the enormous size of the study, some new risk groups were identified with regards to age, but what does these findings mean and what should parents know? Listen to the ASF podcast to find out, and hear about vocational programs that work. https://youtu.be/P4EkaYNrMjM

New study on parental age and autism: so who isn't at risk?

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