27 min

#013 Autism Research at SDSU Fireside Charla with SDSU President Adela de la Torre

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About two in every hundred people worldwide have autism spectrum disorder. Due to an up picking of education and research, diagnoses have increased by fifteen percent in just two years! More resources are dedicated to investigating autism and its foreign ways to improve the lives of people with this disorder. 
In this episode, you will hear from two researchers who study Autism from two different perspectives: Inna Fishman, a psychology professor who studies Autism at the neural biological perspective, and Jessica Suhrheinrich, an education professor who studies how we can create effective and supportive learning environments for children with Autism.
Links: 
The SDSU Center for Autism
Brain Development Imaging Laboratories
California Autism Professional Training and Information Network
Access Transcripts and More at
SDSU.edu/FiresideCharla
 

About two in every hundred people worldwide have autism spectrum disorder. Due to an up picking of education and research, diagnoses have increased by fifteen percent in just two years! More resources are dedicated to investigating autism and its foreign ways to improve the lives of people with this disorder. 
In this episode, you will hear from two researchers who study Autism from two different perspectives: Inna Fishman, a psychology professor who studies Autism at the neural biological perspective, and Jessica Suhrheinrich, an education professor who studies how we can create effective and supportive learning environments for children with Autism.
Links: 
The SDSU Center for Autism
Brain Development Imaging Laboratories
California Autism Professional Training and Information Network
Access Transcripts and More at
SDSU.edu/FiresideCharla
 

27 min