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Autism Speaks to Sponsor “Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Genes to Targets to Treatments”

Autism Speaks is proud to sponsor an upcoming New York Academy of Sciences Meeting entitled “Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Genes to Targets to Treatments.” Speakers will focus on emerging areas of research that are laying the foundation for development of novel therapeutics to treat autism spectrum disorders. The meeting will be held all day at the NYAS offices in NYC on April 29. For those that cannot attend in person, the organizer will be hosting a live interactive webinar.  Information about the meeting, the speakers and the agenda can be found at www.nyas.org/autism. Whether participating in person or via webinar, you need to register to ensure space and receive a link for the webinar. There is a small fee for attendance.

In addition, following the meeting, our sponsorship will allow for the creation of a podcast which summarizes the day’s talks and interviews the speakers for their impression of the day’s discussions. This will be made free of charge and provided on the NYAS website. Please stay tuned for the link to that podcast.

  1. Sarah
    April 26, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    The webinar is fantastic. I am really enjoying the conference and am very much looking forward to Autism Speaks sponsoring more webinars (it’s lunch break at the moment).

    Thank you Autism Speaks for affording all of us the opportunity to attend.

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