SEPI: Science Talk "Autism Spectrum Disorder"

Target Audience

This workshop is open to all research faculty, staff and trainees working on clinical research projects at Stanford University. 

Description

Autism, the work using iPSCs and the ethical issues from the perspective of a researcher and non-ethicist.

Learning Objectives

Speaker

Joachim Hallmayer, an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, has been on the Stanford University faculty since 2001.  He was formerly a research fellow for the Departments of Genetics and Psychiatry.  Dr. Hallmayer has been involved with genetic studies of neuropsychiatric disorders for over 20 years and has conducted several genome wide linkage and association studies.  He was the Principal Investigator for the largest twin study on autism to date, and is currently the Chair of the Committee of Senior Investigators of the largest collaborative research project on autism, the Autism Genome Project, which involves over 100 researchers from 50 centers around the world, including North America, Europe, and Asia. 

When:
Wednesday, February 26, 2014. 12:00 PM.
Approximate duration of 1.0 hour(s).
Where:
Alway, M114 (Map)
Sponsor:
The Stanford Education Planning Initiative (SEPI) is a collaborative clinical research education working group with representatives from the Research Compliance Office, Stanford Cancer Institute, and Spectrum.
Contact:
650-498-6140
jpmeyer@stanford.edu
Admission:

Register here: http://bit.ly/ctr_5020

Audience:
Faculty/Staff, Students, Alumni/Friends
Tags:
seminar
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