The study recently made news across the country: “More genes tied to autism,” headlines read. A consortium of about 120 scientists from 11 countries participated in the research, collecting blood samples from their patients with the condition.
The Christian Sarkine Autism Treatment Center at Riley Hospital for Children contributed about 200 samples. Dr. John Nurnberger, director of the Institute for Psychiatric Research and Professor of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine, participated in the project.
via Autism research advances | IndyStar.com | The Indianapolis Star.
Great interview with Dr. Nurnberger — click through to read it!
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