INSAR 2019

We had a great time presenting at the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) annual meeting! 

Thursday May 2, 2019

Dr. Caitlin Hudac (129.004) presented a talk on “Characterizing the neural phenotype of CHD8 and CHD8-regulated targets”:      Spectrum news article: Link

Brenna Boyd (146.226) presented on “A comparison of Head Circumference Growth Trajectories in the Context of the CHD8 Regulatory Network.”   Boyd_INSAR19

Monique Mahony (149.331) presented on “GroopIt: An Innovative Platform to Speed up Rare Genetic Disorder Research.”      Mahony_INSAR19

Sandy Trinh (146.235) presented on “Exploring Social Profiles of Individuals with 16p11.2 Deletion and Duplication.”    Trinh_INSAR19

Jim Mancini presented for Dr. Jen Gerdts (169.114)  on “Age-based diagnostic tracks are Effective in Interdisciplinary Team Evaluation for Autism Spectrum Disorder”. Gerdts_INSAR19

Dr. Tamar Kolodny (174.251) presented on “Typical Cortical Concentration of GABA+ and Glx in Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders”. Click on the thumbnail below to see the full poster!

Dr. Eva Kurtz-Nelson (202.040) presented on the “Clinical phenotype of de novo mutations in CHD2.”  Kurtz-Nelson_INSAR19 & Kurtz-Nelson_INSAR19_CHD2_Supplemental

Dr. Caitlin Hudac (202.049) presented on “Examining the Broader Autism Phenotype in the Context of Genetic Etiology.” Hudac_INSAR19

Dr. Bernier is proud of his team!