Archived | Autism Speaks / CDC Epidemiology Subcommittee Meetings Notes | Circa September – December 2006 #NotAnAutisticAlly

minutes_sept-dec2006Download Conference callAutism Speaks / CDC Epidemiology SubcommitteeSeptember 2006 Minutes from August 2006 were approved. Updates from the working groups There was a discussion on the significant issues in conducting research in these countries and this discussion mainly focused on the problems with case definitions of autism in different countries and the broader definition of …

Archived | Autism Speaks / CDC Epidemiology Subcommittee: Meeting Notes | January – June 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

minutes_jan-june2007Download Conference callAutism Speaks / CDC Epidemiology SubcommitteeJanuary 2007 Minutes from December 2006 were approved with minor modifications. It was agreed to create condensed minutes from past conference calls to be posted on the web site of the International Epidemiology Network so that new members can gain an understanding of the history of the subcommittee. …

Archived | Autism Speaks & CDC: Autism Epidemiology Network | Circa 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Autism Speaks in partnership with CDC on Autism Prevalence Autism Speaks and the CDC are establishing an international information sharing network to study the epidemiology of autism We invite researchers who are actively engaged in epidemiologic projects to collaborate with both Autism Speaks/CDC and each other to help address issues that will lead to advancing …

Archived | Wellcome: Q&A: Dr Mayada Elsabbagh on the Autism Research Training Program | Circa August 8, 2012 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Q&A: Dr Mayada Elsabbagh on the Autism Research Training Program Dr Mayada Elsabbagh Interested in the ‘common ground’ bringing together researchers and the communities in which their findings can have an impact, Dr Mayada Elsabbagh from McGill university, Canada, coordinated researchers across the world to understand more about what we know – and don’t know – …

Archived | Autism Speaks and BGI Collaboration to Generate World’s Largest Library of Sequenced Genomes of Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorders | Circa October 13, 2011 #NotAnAutisticAlly

(Media-Newswire.com) - NEW YORK, N.Y., CAMBRIDGE, M.A.and SHENZHEN, CHINA ( October 13, 2011 ) – Autism Speaks, the world’s largest autism science and advocacy organization, and BGI, the largest genomic organizationin the world and a global leader in whole genome sequencing, jointly announce their partnership to create the world’s largest library of sequenced genomes of …

Snapshot | Google Alerts – autism | Circa August 3, 2012

News10 new results for autism Wakefield, former autism researcher, can't sue for defamation in Texas, judge saysAustin American-StatesmanAndrew Wakefield, who was stripped of his British medical license in 2010 for autismresearch that ignited a worldwide vaccine scare, cannot sue a U.K. medical journal, its editor and a British reporter for defamation in Texas, a judge in Austin ruled Friday.See all stories on …

Snapshot | Google Alerts – autism | Circa April 1, 2009

Google Alert - autismgoogle alertsx Google Alerts googlealerts-noreply@google.comApr 1, 2009, 3:53 AM Google News Alert for: autism China's autism parents walk lonely road for helpReuters - USAAfter exhaustive research on the Internet, she came up with the answer: autism. For decades, autism went largely undiagnosed in China even as in the West …See all stories …