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Question 2: How Can I Understand What Is Happening? (Biology)  

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Fiscal Year: 2010

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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Neural correlates of restricted, repetitive behaviors in autism spectrum disorders Manoach, Dara Q2.S.G Massachusetts General Hospital
An investigation of the overlap of autism and fragile X syndrome Martin, Gary Q2.S.G University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Social cognition in 22q11.2 deletion syndrom (DS) adolescents with ASD vs. without ASD: Imaging and genetic correlates Radoeva, Petya Q2.S.G State University of New York Upstate Medical University
Simons Variation in Individuals Project (Simons VIP) Core Leader Gift Sherr, Elliott Q2.S.G University of California, San Francisco
Characterizing the genetic systems of autism through multi-disease analysis Wall, Dennis Q2.S.G Harvard Medical School
Functional imaging of flexibility in autism: Informed by SLC6A4 Yerys, Benjamin Q2.S.G Children's Research Institute
Neural correlates of restricted, repetitive behaviors in autism spectrum disorders Santangelo, Susan Q2.S.G Massachusetts General Hospital
Relating copy number variants to head and brain size in neuropsychiatric disorders Sebat, Jonathan Q2.S.G University of California, San Diego
Neurogenic growth factors in autism Vaccarino, Flora Q2.S.G Yale University
Social processing, language, and executive functioning in twin pairs: Electrophysiological and behavioral endophenotypes Webb, Sara Q2.S.G University of Washington
ACE Center: Genetic contributions to endophenotypes of autism Wijsman, Ellen Q2.S.G University of Washington
The brain genomics superstruct project Buckner, Randy Q2.S.G President & Fellows of Harvard College
Simons Variation in Individuals Project (Simons VIP) Principal Investigator Gift Chung, Wendy Q2.S.G Columbia University
The genetic basis of mid-hindbrain malformations Dobyns, William Q2.S.G Seattle Children's Hospital
ACE Center: Genetics of language & social communication: Connecting genes to brain & cognition Geschwind, Daniel Q2.S.G University of California, Los Angeles
A neuroimaging study of twin pairs with autism Hardan, Antonio Q2.S.G Stanford University
Autism: Neuropeptide hormones and potential pathway genes Jacob, Suma Q2.S.G University of Illinois at Chicago
Autism: Neuropeptide hormones and potential pathway genes (supplement) Jacob, Suma Q2.S.G University of Illinois at Chicago
Genetic dissection of restricted repetitive behavior (RRB) Kim, Soo-Jeong Q2.S.G University of Florida
fMRI evidence of genetic influence on rigidity in ASD Lee, Jillian Q2.S.G University of Michigan
Autism: The neural substrates of language in siblings Lindgren, Kristen Q2.S.G Boston University Medical Campus
A multigenerational longitudinal study of language development: Insight from autism Losh, Molly Q2.S.G Northwestern University
A multigenerational longitudinal study of language development: Insight from autism Losh, Molly Q2.S.G University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
A family-genetic study of language in autism Losh, Molly Q2.S.G Northwestern University
A family-genetic study of language in autism Losh, Molly Q2.S.G University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill