Azrieli Centre for Autism Research (ACAR): Transforming autism research, training and care -- improving lives via Open Science

New faculty spotlight: Jean-François Poulin

6 Jan 2020

"As soon as we identify the neurons that are involved in dysfunctional circuits that cause disease, we can determine the molecular signature."

New faculty spotlight: Yang Zhou

6 Jan 2020

"The Neuro is an amazing place because it’s a very good mixture of basic neuroscience research and clinical neuroscience."

The Azrieli Research Awards in Neurodevelopment

4 Nov 2019

The Neuro’s Azrieli Centre for Autism Research has awarded grants to three projects that will drive research in hopes of providing more insight into future treatment for autism spectrum disorder.

McGill/Edinburgh partnership moves forward

25 Jul 2019

Three collaborative pilot project grants have been awarded to foster trans-Atlantic cooperation

Repetitive behaviors ease with age in most autistic children

3 May 2019

Restricted and repetitive behaviors decrease significantly in about 75 percent of autistic children from age 3 to 11, according to a study that tracked more than 400 children

Sleep struggles in autistic people may have genetic basis

3 May 2019

Circadian rhythms may underlie the sleep problems seen in autistic people

Discovering the genes responsible for brain disorders

26 Apr 2019

Dr. Lan Xiong's main research objective is discovering the genes that influence the development of disorders such as schizophrenia and autism

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