25
Sep

Dr. Stephen Scherer, co-lead of NeuroDevNet's Autism Research Group has been selected as a 2014
“Nobel-class” Citation Laureate in the category of physiology or medicine, according
to an announcement Sept.25 by Thomson Reuters Intellectual Property & Science.

Scherer, alongside Charles Lee, Professor and Scientific Director, Jackson
Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington, Connecticut, and Michael H. Wigler,
Professor and Head, Mammalian Cell Genetics Section, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory,

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16
Sep

Talk up your developmentally themed science on video - IHDCYH's Talk Video Competition is seeking entries!

This new offering from the Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health is targeting all levels of the developmental scientific endeavour, from trainees to senior investigators in a quest for short 3-5 minute videos that share research and ideas in the area of reproductive, child and youth health.

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15
Sep

UK disability charity Scope has surveyed 1,500 families about availability of appropriate support for their children with disabilities, and found rising stress and frustration among parents.

Exhaustion, driven by what Scope describes as "the battle for support" nearly half the parents surveyed said they'd visited a GP with symptoms of stress.

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