Matthew W. State MD, PhD
Professor (Adjunct) in the Child Study Center and Professor of Genetics and of Psychiatry; Co-Director, Yale Program on Neurogenetics
- Autism Spectrum Disorder in Korean School-Aged Children
The goals of this project are to reliably and validly ascertain the prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Korean school-aged children, to investigate public attitudes about ASD and patterns of service utilization in Korean children with ASD, and to establish a population-based cohort of children with ASD and their families for future genetic and medical study.
- Neuroimaging Study in Epidemiological Sample of ASD
The goals of this project to examine the brain structural and functional characteristics of the children with ASD ascertained from epidemiological samples and compare them to those of normally developing children matched for sex, age and IQ. Structural MRI, functional MRI and DTI will be conducted in a series of 300 case and control pairs.
Education & Training
- Stanford University (1991)
- Yale University School of Medicine (2001)
- University of California - Neuropsychiatric Institute, Psychiatry
- University of California - Neuropsychiatric Institute, Child/Adolescent Psychiatry
- Yale University School of Medicine, Child Psychiatric Research