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Loss of Skills and Onset Patterns in Neurodevelopment Disorders: Understanding the Neurobological Mechanisms

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1 Thumbnail image Welcome and Introductions - Ann Wagner, Ph.D., National Institute of Mental Health, NIH 0:00:05
2 Thumbnail image Regression (NT and NDDs), the Importance of Timing and Cross-Syndrome Comparisons - Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Ph.D., University of London 0:13:18
3 Thumbnail image Regression in Autism Spectrum Disorders - Kasia Chawarska, Ph.D., Yale University 0:33:35
4 Thumbnail image Early Brain Development in Autism: Neuroimaging Studies of the First Years of Life - Jason Wolff, Ph.D., University of Minnesota 1:03:07
5 Thumbnail image Panel Discussion - Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, M.D. 1:23:27
6 Thumbnail image How Can We Explore the Biological Basis for Regression Observed in Young Children? - Jeff Neul, M.D., Ph.D., University of California, San Diego 1:51:23
7 Thumbnail image Modeling Rett Syndrome in a Dish – Ideas about Disease Regression - Alysson Muotri, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego 1:55:26
8 Thumbnail image Shaping Brain Circuits by Experience: Uncovering Aberrant Plasticity in Mouse Models of Rett Syndrome - Keerthi Krishnan, Ph.D., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 2:16:02
9 Thumbnail image Using the Visual System as a Means to Quantitatively Evaluate Cortical Function and Cognitive Performance in Rett Syndrome - Charles Nelson, Ph.D., Boston Children’s Hospital 2:37:20
10 Thumbnail image Panel Discussion - Elliott Sherr, M.D., Ph.D., University of California, San Francisco 2:58:26
11 Thumbnail image Moving Forward with Linking Biology to Clinical Observation - Elizabeth Powell, Ph.D., University of Maryland 3:31:18
12 Thumbnail image Modeling the Social Brain: Developing Preclinical Assays of Symptom Onset Patterns - Jill Silverman, Ph.D., University of California Davis School of Medicine 3:39:37
13 Thumbnail image Mouse Brain Imaging - Jason Lerch, Ph.D., University of Toronto 4:03:55
14 Thumbnail image Panel Discussion - Eric Morrow, M.D., Ph.D., Brown University 4:21:31
15 Thumbnail image Panel Discussion - Sharon Juliano, Ph.D., Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 4:29:23
16 Thumbnail image Panel Discussion - Karen Parker, Ph.D., Stanford University 4:38:05
17 Thumbnail image Session 4: Bringing it all Together and Back to ASD 5:14:22
18 Thumbnail image Next steps and Closing Remarks - Ann Wagner, Ph.D., National Institute of Mental Health, NIH 6:19:20
   
Air date: Friday, February 19, 2016, 9:00:00 AM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Views: Total views: 370, (195 Live, 175 On-demand)
Category: Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee
Runtime: 06:22:18
Description: The NIH Autism Coordinating Committee in a cross-NIH committee that coordinates scientific activities related to autism research, including developing initiatives and convening scientific workshops to identify gap areas and opportunities for advancing the field. The NIH ACC has identified a need for identifying scientific methods to better understand the phenomenon of loss of skills characterizing the onset of symptoms in a subset of children with ASD and related disorders.
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