Autism Science Foundation Presents

10th Annual Day of Learning

March 30, 2023

Location: New York Athletic Club and online

Since 2014, the Autism Science Foundation has produced the autism community’s most popular science conferences designed specifically for families, individuals with autism, autism advocates and young scientific investigators. ASF’s Days of Learning are TED-style science conferences that bring top researchers together with autism stakeholders to share cutting-edge research findings and to discuss the issues that matter most to our families. These events take place in person and online.
ASF is grateful to our dedicated sponsors for supporting the Day of Learning.

Day of Learning 2023

March 30, 2023

What Have We Learned from the Past 10 Years of Research

Dr. Kelsey Martin - The Simons Foundation/SFARI

Where Should Research Focus in the Next 10 Years

Dr. James McPartland - Yale University

Rethinking Autism's Diagnostic Framework

Dr. Evdokia Anagnostou - University of Toronto

Next Steps for the Autism Ketamine Trials

Dr. Ana Kostic - The Seaver Autism Center at Mount Sinai

Understanding the Needs of Autism Siblings as They Grow Up

Nicole Rosen - PhD Candidate, UCLA

Improving Care for Gl Problems in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Dr. William Bennett - University of Indiana

Addressing the Challenges of Anxiety in Autism

Dr. Connor Kerns - University of British Columbia

My Perspective as an Autistic Scientist Conducting Autism Research

Zacharv Williams - MD/PhD Candidate. Vanderbilt University