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The neuroscience of resilience: Lessons from autism

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Mayada Elsabbagh, Ph.D is Associate Professor in Neurology and Neurosurgery at The Neuro, McGill University. She holds appointments as a Research Scientist at the McGill University Health Centre where her program is integrated with routine care. Her research focuses on understanding the root causes of autism and tracing its developmental pathways. The approach combines innovative research with the mission of accelerating translation of scientific discoveries into community impact. Dr. Elsabbagh’s contributions include the discovery of very early brain function markers for autism prior to the onset of behavioural signs. She has supported the successful launch of several collaborative research and translational networks aimed at accelerating the pace of discovery in autism. This includes the Transforming Autism Care Consortium (TACC), a Quebec research network supported by FRQS and several community partners. She is also active in global efforts to improve evidence-based practice and capacity building in low- and middle-income countries.

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