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The Cambridge Autism Genetics Symposium

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Talks include:

Kaitlin Samocha: Lessons from the Deciphering Developmental Disorders project

Lucy Raymond: Insights from the IMAGINE ID cohort

Kate Baker: Pathways to autism in intellectual disability

Daniel Geschwind: Integrative Genomics in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

James Cusack: The priorities of autistic people and their families – what is the role of genetics research?

Ric Anney: Insights from common genetic variation associated with autism spectrum disorders: evidence from the psychiatric genomics consortium and beyond

Varun Warrier: The genetics of social and non-social autism and autistic trait domains

Michelle Krishnan: Clinical development of an oligonucleotide therapy for Angelman Syndrome

Arnold Kriegstein: What human cortical development can teach us about the origins of autism

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