Research by Topic: pregnancy

Podcast: Betsy DeVos, autism screening and testosterone – in that order

Published February 13, 2017

This week two studies which examined infants and younger children that will significantly advance understanding of causes and services for people with autism were published. After a commentary about the confirmation of Betsy DeVos, the study that used a practical methodology to improve autism screening in pediatrics clinic from researchers at Duke University was presented. […]

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Early Germline (Sperm/ Egg) Mutations and the Heredibility of Autism

Published October 5, 2015

If you missed the October 1st webinar on Early Germline (sperm and egg) mutations and the heritability of autism, dont worry, we have it recorded on www.asfpodcast.org. The webinar explored emerging concepts in basic reproductive biology and also the heritability of ASDs. We know that autism is highly heritable, in the sense that ASD risk is higher among siblings, but it’s not shown to be highly “genetic” in the classic sense that these traits or genes are passed from generation to generation.

ASF Podcast from October 1, 2015

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