Research into rare diseases gets a funding boost from the NIH: UAB researchers studying Rett syndrome and tuberous sclerosis among those involved in the national effort.
The first two cohorts of Ed.S. students are organizing a conference in October aimed at helping answer everyday questions.
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UAB contributes data as part of the Alabama Autism Surveillance project, led by School of Public Health Associate Professor Martha Wingate, Dr.PH
April 1 baseball game kicks off Autism Awareness Month
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She was hired as a joint faculty member in 2011 through a partnership between UAB and Glenwood.

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As the number of children with autism increases, a UAB professor offers tips for parents new to its world.
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Alabama sees a 50 percent increase but rates are the lowest among study sites, which could mean children are not being diagnosed and are not receiving services.

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Join the discussion when UAB continues its lunchtime lecture series with a presentation of two student films about programs for people with autism.
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Autism in Alabama is the topic of a free lecture Jan. 19, presented as part of the UAB Discussion Book Dialogues series.

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The UAB Research Civitan Club will present a charity art show and auction to benefit Civitan International Sept. 22.
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Do the eyes have it? UAB’s Discussion Book Dialogues series begins Sept. 15 with a lecture on emotion recognition in autism.

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An interactive computer program helps some kids with autism spectrum disorders learn concepts behind facial expressions.

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