Biological Mechanisms & Animal Models

Thursday, May 17, 2012: 10:30 AM-12:30 PM
Osgoode Ballroom East (Sheraton Centre Toronto)
10:45 AM
Elevated Fetal Steroidogenic Activity in Autism
S. Baron-Cohen, B. Auyeung, B. Nørgaard-Pedersen, D. M. Hougaard, M. W. Abdallah, L. Melgard, A. Cohen, L. Ruta and M. V. Lombardo
11:00 AM
Is Prenatal Testosterone Exposure Associated with Early Vocabulary Development? A Prospective Cohort Study
L. Hollier, E. Mattes, M. T. Maybery, J. A. Keelan, M. Hickey and A. Whitehouse
11:30 AM
A Mouse Model for the Human Chromosome 16p11.2 Copy Number Variation
T. Portmann, R. Mao, P. Bader, G. Panagiotakos, M. Miller, M. Shamloo and R. E. Dolmetsch
11:45 AM
Autism-Relevant Social Abnormalities and Cognitive Deficits in Engrailed-2 Knockout Mice
J. Brielmaier, J. M. Senerth, P. G. Matteson, M. Genestine, J. L. Silverman, J. H. Millonig, E. DiCicco-Bloom and J. N. Crawley
12:15 PM
Anatomical Phenotyping in the IntegrinB3 Mouse Model Related to Autism
J. Ellegood, R. M. Henkelman and J. P. Lerch
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