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Brain Development in Autism : Infant Sibling Study
Washington University, School of Medicine

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Study Brochure for families with a healthy, typically developing child and a baby sibling (birth to 6 months)
and
for families with a healthy, typically
developing child and a baby sibling
(birth to 6 months)
Brochure

May, 2014, MSN.com : Healthy Living

Early repetitive behaviors may signal autism risk

Source: http://healthyliving.msn.com

March 1, 2012, Stltoday (Post Dispatch)

Researchers here target autism

Source: http://www.stltoday.com

February 17, 2012, CNN Health

Brain scans in infants shed light on autism onset

Source: http://www.cnn.com

February 17, 2012, Record (Washington University)

Brain differences seen at 6 months in infants who develop autism

Source: https://news.wustl.edu

February 17, 2012, NBC

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February 4, 2010, KSDK

Infant volunteers needed for local autism study

Source: http://www.ksdk.com

April 23, 2009. St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Seeking clues to autism
Source: www.stltoday.com (link expired)

March 10, 2009. Fox 2 News, St. Louis.

FOX files: Babies and MRIs - KTVI

Source: www.fox2now.com
ST. LOUIS (KTVI-FOX2now.com)

March 2009. Ivanhoe Newswire

Autism: Diagnosing Brothers and Sisters

Source: www.ivanhoe.com

Spring 2008

Resolving the mysteries of Autism
by Steve Kohler
Focal Point
(A publication of Washington University,
Mallinckrody Institute of Radiology)


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