The IDDRC Seminars for Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research, formerly the Autism Seminar series, brings in WashU faculty and other experts across disciplines whose research has particular implications for interventions in neurodevelopmental disorders.
Each lecture lasts about 45 minutes, with the remaining 45 minutes allotted to interactions and discussion with attendees. Appetizers and drinks are provided. Speaker information and reading materials for preparation of each series will be sent out in the weeks leading up to each session. If you would like to be added to a distribution list for these events, e-mail email@example.com.
The IDDRC Seminars for Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research is brought to you by the Department of Neuroscience and the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC).
All seminars occur from 4:00-5:30 in McDonnell Medical Sciences, Room 928. Check back for the full list of speakers!
Jeffrey Neil (WashU Neurology)
“Using Diffusion MRI to Study Early Cortical Development”
- “Using diffusion anisotropy to study cerebral cortical gray matter development” Kroenke, Journal of Magnetic Resonance (2018)
Ilya Monosov (WashU Dept. of Neuroscience)
“Cortical and sub-cortical mechanisms of information seeking and curiosity”
Relevant in press publication:
- “A neural network for information seeking” bioRxiv (2019)
Tychele Turner (WashU Genetics)
“Autism through the lens of the genome”
- “Genomic Patterns of De Novo Mutation in Simplex Autism” Cell (2017)
- “Loss of δ-catenin function in severe autism” Nature (2015)
Susan Perlman (WashU Psychiatry)
Elizabeth Berry-Kravis (Rush University)
Corina Anastasaki (WashU Neurology)
Natasha Marrus (WashU Psychiatry)