Michael Snyder, PhD, Professor and Chair, Genetics Department, Stanford University School of Medicine.
Autism is rapidly increasing in frequency such that 1 in 68 children born today will be diagnosed with this disorder. Advanced genomics and other “omics” technologies have been used to both understand the biological processes involved in autism, and the areas of the brain affected. Learn about the very promising new discoveries made in autism research.
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