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ASF Day of Learning and Evening of Celebration
On April 22, 2015, the Autism Science Foundation held its second annual Day of Learning & Evening of Celebration. The event included the autism community’s second annual TED-style science conference, featuring thoughtful, 15-minute distillations of critical issues in autism and mental health. Speakers focused on the real issues facing families, such as gender differences in diagnosis and treatment, genetic testing, adult outcomes, caring for the caregivers, the effectiveness of workplace interventions, and the challenges of communicating science to the public.
About the Autism Science Foundation
Dr. Thomas Insel: Autism Research: What Do We Know? What Do We Need?
Dr. Matthew State: How Have We Benefited from Autism Genetics Research?
Dr. Marsha Mailick: Outcomes for Women with Autism
Alexandra Roth-Kahn: Implementing Research Results in Community Settings: 5 NYC Success Stories
Leisa Easom: Helping Yourself Help Others
Dr. Kevin Pelphrey: How are Girls with Autism Different from Boys with Autism?
Paula Apsell: Why is it so Difficult to Communicate Science to the Public?