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TED talk about Early Diagnosis – Dr. Ami Klin

(From the Principal Investigator) I was aware of Dr. Klin’s research (to a certain degree) before , AND I am a big fan of inspiring TED talks. Somehow this related talk about Earlier Diagnosis … via Technology eluded me until now. This has some good lessons for our Diagnostic Assessment research – we may see […]

San Francisco Chronicle Features Diagnostic Assessment Research

Behavior Imaging Solutions’ research was featured in this recent article, focusing on the current collaboration with nationally renowned autism research and treatment centers, including clinical partners at the Phoenix-based Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center and Atlanta-based Marcus Autism Center, and technology partner, Georgia Institute of Technology. – http://www.sfgate.com/business/prweb/article/NIMH-Awards-2-2-Million-SBIR-Grant-Advancing-4299733.php

Researchers Study Cry Acoustics to Determine Risk for Autism

Behavior Imaging data (audio) shows promise to derive clues of autism – Understanding the importance of early diagnosis, researchers at Women & Infants’ Brown Center for the Study of Children at Risk in collaboration with researchers at University of Pittsburgh have been studying the cry acoustics of 6-month-old infants. Their research has recently been published […]

Behavior Imaging to Present at AUCD 2012

Rapid developments in technology and science result in a constant flow of new and emerging information in medicine, health care, social services, education, policy, research practice, and communication systems. The 2012 AUCD Conference is a unique forum to share innovations and promising practices across a broad array of topics that ultimately impact the quality life […]

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Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute Of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R44MH099035. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.