Research by Topic: webinar

SPARK Webinar on Challenging Behaviors

Published June 29, 2016

The Simons Foundation Powering Autism Research for Knowledge (SPARK) is hosting a 90 minute online webinar on July 7th, 2016 at 1 p.m. EST, discussing challenging behaviors in children with autism. Challenging behaviors can lead to higher stress levels in families, and interfere with a child’s education and social interactions both in school and the community. Dr. Bridget Taylor is the […]

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Everything you wanted to know about genomic imprinting but were afraid to ask

Published May 5, 2016

In the 3rd Environmental Epigenetics webinar co-organized by ASF, AS and the Escher Fund for Autism, Dr. Christopher Gregg from University of Utah describes genomic imprinting.  This is an epigenetic process where in certain genes, one copy inherited from either the mother or the father is silenced, so only the other is expressed.  Imprinting is […]

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You are invited to the 2nd environmental epigenetics of autism webinar.

Published February 10, 2016

On March 3rd, Autism Science Foundation, Escher Fund for Autism and Autism Speaks and the are partnering to bring the community a set of presentations and commentary on how environmental exposures may affect gene expression.  Dana Dolinoy from U. Michigan and Carol Yauk from Health Canad will both explain how the environment could influence genetic risk factors […]

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9075014205784773122

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Free Webinar on Interaction of Enviornment and Genetics in Autism: October 1st

Published September 25, 2015

All are invited to the first in an ongoing series of free online symposia on the environmental epigenetics of autism, Oct. 1st at 1 pm Eastern. Speakers will include cell biologist Amander Clark, of UCLA, and geneticist Ryan Yuen, of Torontos SickKids Hospital.

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