Monthly Seminar

Monthly seminars provide a venue for learning about research and clinical innovations, as well as for gathering as a community to hear about ongoing and upcoming projects. Speakers at our seminar have included experts in ASD and related neurodevelopmental disorders from around the university and the country. These seminars are open to the broader community.

Past Seminars:

Dr. Salomon Israel

The genetic structure of ASD: Possible treatment benefits from oxytocin



Prof. Ofer Golan

Teaching Emotion recognition and understanding to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Results of two controlled evaluation studies



Prof. Ditza Zachor

What works for who? Efficacy of early intervention and predictors of response to intervention among children with ASD



Prof. Sagiv Shifman

Connection between chromatin regulation and autism



Prof. Michael Beenstock

Social outcomes of young adults with autism spectrum disorders



Dr. Adina Maier

Applied research on ADHD from a bio-psycho-social perspective: Ramifications for ASD



Dr. David Mankuta

Pregnancy: A critical period for pathogenesis of ASD



Dr. Yoav Kohn

Working with children and adolescents diagnosed with ASD at the Jerusalem Center for Mental Health



Dr. Raanan Raz

Environmental factors in the epidemiology of ASD



Prof. Cory Shulman

ASD diagnosis: The nexus of research, practice, training and policy