Meeting Summaries about Autism
- Biometrics and Beyond: Harnessing computer vision and machine learning to measure real world social interactions in psychiatric populations
• Bethesda, MD
The NIMH Division of Neuroscience and Basic Behavioral Science, with support from the NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, convened a workshop to address the needs for quantitative measurement of human social interactions in psychiatric populations.
- Research on Early Identification and Linkage to Services for ASD: NIMH ASD Prevention, Early Detection, Engagement and Services Research Network
• Bethesda, MD
The NIMH Services Research and Clinical Epidemiology Branch convened a one-day meeting with researchers from the NIMH Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Prevention, Early Detection, Engagement and Services (ASD PEDS) Research Network to discuss multiple strategies for universal ASD screening and early referral to services for toddlers ages 0-3.
- 2016 Autism Centers of Excellence (ACE) Investigator Meeting
― • Bethesda, MD
Extramural investigators from the 3 centers and 9 networks that comprise the NIH Autism Centers of Excellence (ACE) Program, convened for their annual meeting to provide ACE investigators an opportunity to share the progress of their respective centers and networks, and to discuss current challenges and promising innovations in the field of autism spectrum disorder research.
- NIH Workshop on Nonverbal School-Aged Children with Autism
― • Rockville, Maryland
NIH Workshop on Nonverbal School-Aged Children with Autism Meeting Summary
- Translational Approaches to Studying Repetitive Behavior and Resistance to Change in Autism
― • Washington, D.C.
NIMH held this multidisciplinary workshop to identify major trends, gaps, and opportunities in clinical and basic research on repetitive behavior and resistance to change in autism.