Brain Structure in ASD Across the Lifespan

Thursday, May 11, 2017: 1:45 PM-2:35 PM
Yerba Buena 7 (Marriott Marquis Hotel)
D. G. Murphy
1:45 PM
Altered Structural Connectivity of Language Tracts in 6-Week-Old Infants at High Risk for ASD
J. Liu T. Tsang L. P. Jackson C. Ponting S. S. Jeste S. Y. Bookheimer M. Dapretto
1:57 PM
Girls and Boys with Autism Spectrum Disorder Relative to Same-Sex Typically Developing Peers Exhibit Distinct Cortical Folding Abnormalities during Late Childhood and Adolescence
D. Yang S. M. Abdullahi A. Jack P. E. Ventola E. H. Aylward M. Dapretto D. H. Geschwind J. Duncan S. J. Webb S. Y. Bookheimer L. Kenworthy J. D. Van Horn K. A. Pelphrey
2:09 PM
Longitudinal Pre- and Postnatal Brain Growth Trajectory in ASD: Evidence for a Late Gestation Critical Time Window
F. Bonnet-Brilhault T. A. Rajerison A. Saby M. Guimard-Brunault E. Houy-Durand S. Roux J. Malvy
2:21 PM
Amygdala Neuron Number in ASD Is Increased at Pediatric Ages but Decreased By Adulthood
T. A. Avino N. Barger M. V. Vargas M. Bauman D. G. Amaral C. M. Schumann