November 10, 2020
The Environmental Epidemiology of Autism Risk Network (EEARN) meets once a year, as a working group, to focus on epidemiologic research, environmental contributors, and gene-environment interplay in autism. The meeting provides an international forum to help address these goals by bringing autism epidemiologists together to share information about their ongoing studies, facilitate new collaborations, stimulate cross fertilization of ideas, and discuss possible solutions to common problems.
Astrid C. Haugen
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