District House, room B118
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The Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorder Institute (ANDI) at George Washington University proudly announces the new ANDI Lecture Series. This series aims to inform and connect students and professionals from various disciplines. In addition to showcasing the institute's work, invited speakers will present topics in relevant fields such as genetics, clinical psychology, and developmental and cognitive neuroscience. The seminar will be held on a biweekly basis on Thursdays from 11 to 12 pm. Please join us for an introduction to the series and a brief discussion of its format on February 1st at District House, room B118. Following the introduction, Gabriela Rosenblau, PhD, will highlight our current habituation study at ANDI, which aims to understand sensory hypersensitivities in children with ASD to facilitate early diagnosis and intervention.