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01.12.2017

4th EU-AIMS Webinar

1 December at 4.30pm CET 7 3.3.pm GMT Title: Genetic and synaptic diversities of autism Speakers: Professor Thomas Bourgeron, Head of the Human Genetics and Cognitive Functions Lab, at the Department of Neuroscience and Center...[more]


18.11.2017

EU-AIMS scientists answer questions from the autism community about EU-AIMS autism research

20 November 2017 EU-AIMS scientists answer questions from the autism community about EU-AIMS autism research In this video EU-AIMS scientists answer questions from the autism community about EU-AIMS research. Two public...[more]


25.10.2017

Translational approaches to the study of Autism Spectrum Disorders: methodological and technical trends, innovations, and challenges

Noldus hosts a symposium about Translational Neuroscience on November 10, 3-6 pm, City Tap House in Washington, DC, US. Registration is free of charge. Space is limited, so please register early to save yourself a seat....[more]


27.09.2017

3rd EU-AIMS Webinar

September 27, 2017 at 4.30pm CEST / 3.30pm BST Speaker: Dr. Meng-Chuan Lai (University of Toronto) Title: Why are sex and gender important for understanding autism? Autism has long been perceived as a male-predominant...[more]


01.08.2017

EU-AIMS - One of the richest database for autism

EU-AIMS has created one of the richest data bases for autism clinical research in the world. This database contains data of 450 people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), 300 ‘neurotypicals’ or individuals with mild...[more]


26.07.2017

2nd EU-AIMS Webinar

July 26, 2017 at 4.30pm CEST / 3.30pm BST Speaker: Dr. Eva Loth (Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London) Title: Why do we need stratification biomarkers for autism spectrum disorder? An overview of the EU-AIMS...[more]


28.06.2017

The EU-AIMS Longitudinal European Autism Project (LEAP): design and methodologies to identify and validate stratification biomarkers for autism spectrum disorders.

LEAP is the largest multi-centre, multi-disciplinary observational study worldwide that aims to identify and validate stratification biomarkers for ASD. The project includes 437 children and adults with ASD and 300 individuals...[more]


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