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Autism Research

TitlePrincipal InvestigatorInstitution
Prenatal factors and risk of autism in a Finnish national birth cohortAlan BrownNew York State Psychiatric Institute
Prenatal and neonatal biologic markers for autismLisa CroenKaiser Foundation Research Institute
Environment, the perinatal epigenome, and risk for autism and related disordersMargaret Fallin Andrew FeinbergJohns Hopkins University
The Charge Study: Childhood Autism Risks from Genetics and the EnvironmentIrva Hertz-PicciottoUniversity of California-Davis
Autism risk, prenatal environmental exposures, and pathophysiologic markersIrva Hertz-PicciottoUniversity of California-Davis
The roles of environmental risks and gene-environment interactions in increasing ASD prevalenceYoung-Shin KimYale University
Early Autism Risk Longitudinal Investigation (EARLI) NetworkCraig NewschafferDrexel University
Methylomic and genomic impacts of organic pollutants in DUP15Q SyndromeJanine LaSalleUniversity of California, Davis
Development of a novel biomarker test for autism riskSergei SvarovskyXen Biofluidx, Inc.
Epidemiological research on autism in Jamaica- phase IIMohammad RahbarUniversity of Texas Health Sciences Center
Multigenerational Familial and Environmental Risk for Autism (MINERVA) Network (co-fund with NICHD and NINDS)Avraham ReichenberglCAHN School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Exploring interactions between folate and environmental risk factors for autismRebecca SchmidtUniversity of California, Davis
UC Davis Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCEH)Judy A. Van De WaterUniversity of California, Davis
Pesticide exposure and childhood autismOndine Von EhrensteinUniversity of California, Los Angeles
The elongation hypothesis of autismMark J. ZylkaUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

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