The Clinical Neuroscience of Autism Spectrum Disorder

The McPartland Lab investigates autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from a clinical neuroscience perspective. Clinical work informs our understanding of the behavioral phenotype and helps us appreciate what is relevant from the perspective of individuals with ASD and their families. Guided by these clinical insights, we apply the methods of neuroscience to elucidate the brain systems underlying the unique strengths and vulnerabilities seen in people on the spectrum.

Participate in Research

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Children with Autism

Is your child on the autism spectrum?



Play an important role in research by having your child participate in a free and confidential study.

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Typically Developing Children

Do you have a child between the ages of 6 and 18?



Play an important part in autism research by having your child participate in a free and confidential study.

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Adults

If you are between 18 and 40 years of age, you can play an important role in research by volunteering for a free and confidential study conducted by the McPartland Lab at the Yale School of...

Learn more about Research and Clinical Services

Autism Biomarkers Consortium for Clinical Trials

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Is your child on the autism spectrum?

Play an important role in research by having your child participate in a free and confidential study.

Email abc-ct@yale.edu or call (203) 785-6108.

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McPartland Lab
230 South Frontage Road
New Haven, CT 06520

T 203.737.4586
mcp.lab@yale.edu

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