Kinder und Jugendpsychiatrisches Kolloquium FS 2020

GR : High Risk Infant Siblings – What can they tell us about early autism identification?

Frau Prof. A.J. Schwichtenberg, Ph.D.Associate Professor

The Baby Siblings Research Consortium (BSRC) is a multidisciplinary, collaborative community of researchers and clinicians committed to understanding the developmental origins and earliest signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by studying infants at familial risk for ASD.  Over the last decade, through rigorous studies conducted by investigators across multiple sites, the BSRC has identified both behavioral and biological markers of risk and disrupted development prior to the age of diagnosis, sparking studies of early intervention in infancy.  The BSRC shares this knowledge with investigators, parents, and clinicians who provide care to communities and families, and shares research strategies with all those investigating high risk populations.  Dr. Schwichtenberg is the BSRC Communications Committee Chair and will share the work of her collaborative research cite and the larger BSRC.



Frau Prof. A.J. Schwichtenberg, Ph.D.Associate Professor


Mehrzweckraum A09, Klinik für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie und Psychotherapie, Neumünsterallee 3, 8008 Zürich

Datum der Veranstaltung

27. Februar 2020

Dauer der Veranstaltung

08:30-10:00 Uhr

Programm Öffentliche Veranstaltungen Weiter- & Fortbildung KJPP FS 2020

Stand: 21. Februar 2020

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