The study recently received $39 million for a second phase in which researchers will seek to replicate the findings of the first phase and test a younger group of preschool-aged children.
- September 16, 2020Source: Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
As medical knowledge grows and evolves, so do the methods by which it is taught to the next generation of doctors and nurses. New technologies, methods, and perspectives offer exciting opportunities to improve medical education, whether in the traditional classroom setting or online via remote learning. Original cover design by Peter Harris.
- October 08, 2019
Yale Child Study Center Opens New Facility on George Street for Clinical and Community-based Operations
A newly dedicated building welcomes children who receive clinical care at the Yale Child Study Center.
- May 15, 2019
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Employables’, An A&E Docuseries About Neuro-Diverse People Finding Meaningful WorkSource: Decider
Over the past few years, companies — especially ones in the tech sector — are promoting “neurodiversity in the workplace” initiatives, because they’re learning how to tap into a pool of candidates that have a unique and valuable way of thinking and organizing tasks. A&E’s new docuseries The Employables documents how candidates and employers both need to change their mindsets during the job search process.
- March 12, 2018
Congratulation announcement to those members of our lab whose abstracts were accepted as poster presentations for the upcoming INSAR 2018 annual meeting.
- March 07, 2018Source: Spectrum
A ‘predictive coding’ theory of autism suggests that many of the condition’s hallmark traits occur when sensory input overrides expectation in the brain. Yale researchers, Katarzyna Chawarska, James McPartland and Philip Corlett, are featured.
- December 05, 2017
In the past, Yale investigators who led multicenter trials had to put together ad hoc study teams, relying on unconnected siloed services to carry out their research. At the end of these trials, these teams, which had compiled so much experience and knowledge, disbanded and their knowledge was lost. This system was inefficient and put Yale at a disadvantage when competing with other institutions for grants for multicenter studies.
- July 12, 2017Source: Spectrum
Autism and schizophrenia share a long and tangled history. Comparing the social features of the two conditions could lead to better treatments and a deeper understanding of each.
- June 19, 2017
A study by Yale Department of Psychiatry and Yale Child Study Center researchers found that adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) derive high friendship quality through their use of social media
- May 04, 2017Source: Medicine@Yale
A multisite study based at the Child Study Center seeks to develop biomarkers to better diagnose and treat the often baffling disorder