New York Times Interviews Dawson on Latest Autism Research

April 30, 2019

Scientists seek better ways to diagnose disorder earlier

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Dr. Dawson directs the Duke Center for Autism & Brain Development

Researchers around the world are seeking ways to diagnose autism spectrum disorder earlier and more precisely, to ensure children receive effective treatment. Geraldine Dawson, PhD, who directs the Duke Center for Autism & Brain Development, talks with the New York Times about current research and the importance of early screening for the disorder. To see the full story, please click HERE.



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