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The federal Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) will hold its next quarterly meeting on Oct 24, from 9 to 5 Eastern, at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, and via live webcast.
“The plan released today is a living document,” Dr. “We will continue to review progress and incorporate feedback in the coming years.” Read the full Advances in Autism Research & Care (AARC) is a free, monthly webinar series sponsored by the Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health (AIR-P) and the Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network (ATN).
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The IACC is charged with overseeing and coordinating autism-related research and services across federal agencies and departments within the National Institutes of Health. It was moderated by Autism Speaks Interim Chief Science Officer Mathew Pletcher and Autism Science Foundation Chief Science Officer Alycia Halladay, as part of an ongoing webinar series supported by the Escher Fund for Autism, Autism Speaks and the Autism Science Foundation. Check out the comment section for related resources and links. 25, Autism Speaks VP for Genomic Discovery Mat Pletcher hosted a Facebook Live chat about the Autism Speaks research program.
Autism Speaks encourages members of the autism community to participate in the meeting and make their views known. View the archived chat - including an extended question and answer session below. 15, 2016, by neuroscientist Tracy Bale, of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, with an introduction by neurodevelopmental neuroscientist Donna Werling, of the University of California-San Francisco. This webinar is part of the Environmental Epigenetics of Autism Webinar Series co-organized by Autism Science Foundation, Autism Speaks and the Escher Family Fund for Autism.