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Please join us for the autism community's fifth annual TED-style science conference. TED talks are thoughtful, 15-minute distillations of critical issues. Our conference will feature the following talks:
What Have We Learned This Year?
Dr. John Spiro - Simons Foundation
How Can We Improve Adult Outcomes?
Dr. Julie Lounds Taylor - Vanderbilt University
Does Diet Make a Difference in Autism?
Dr. Susan Hyman - University of Rochester
Is Medical Marijuana a Treatment Option?
Dr. Orrin Devinsky - New York University
Does Pain Feel Different to People With Autism?
Dr. Michelle Failla - Vanderbilt University
How Are Girls and Boys With Autism Different?
Dr. Somer Bishop - University of California, San Francisco
Why Won't My Child Sleep?
Dr. Ashura Buckley - National Institute of Mental Health
A buffet lunch will be served, and join us for a festive dessert reception after the presentations.

This event sold out last year! Register early!

Click here to learn more about the Autism Science Foundation's annual Day of Learning event, and to watch previous years' TED-style science talks.
Questions? Contact Ginger Berman
(908) 654-1560
The Autism Science Foundation provides funding directly to scientists conducting cutting-edge autism research to discover the causes of autism and develop better treatments. We also provide information about autism to the general public and support the needs of individuals with autism and their families.