We are excited to welcome Molly Winston to the lab. Molly is a new doctoral student who is interested in the role of autonomic arousal in the clinical features of autism. Welcome, Molly!
Members from the NDL will be traveling to the Iowa City area this fall to meet community members and share information about our NIH-funded research focused on autism and fragile X syndrome. We always look forward to visiting Iowa and hope to see you there! To learn more about our work with Iowans, see the [...]
Members of the NDL showed their support for Have Dreams by purchasing lunch at Whole Foods on Tuesday, October 25th, 2016. Whole Foods pledged to donate 5% of that day’s net profit from several local stores to Have Dreams, a Chicago-area nonprofit organization serving individuals with autism spectrum disorder through workplace training, adult day programs, [...]
The NDL would like to thank individuals from Iowa who participated and signed up for our research study last weekend! The Farmer's markets in Iowa City and Penn Landing were bustling, and we loved being a part of Amana's "Throwback Saturday" event! Thanks for being so welcoming and for supporting our research!
Please see our current newsletter for descriptions of our exciting new findings!
Several students from Project SEARCH Collaborates for Autism program at Northwestern University, a transition to employment program for students with autism, have graduated from the program. Our research team had the wonderful opportunity of supervising several of these students, who previously interned in our research lab!
Dr. Molly Losh, Principal Investigator of the Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Lab and Jo Ann G. and Peter F. Dolle Chair in Learning Disabilities at Northwestern University, was featured in “Autism Articulated”, in which she discusses how she became interested in autism research, provides advice to students interested in this area of study, and explicates underestimated areas [...]
This past month, our research team at the Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Laboratory, participated in the "Let Em' Know 5k Walk" at Northwestern University, which raises awareness and advocacy for Fragile X!
In the last year our lab has teamed with the Heartland Fragile X Alliance to fundraise and help spread awareness of fragile X related conditions by participating in the National Fragile X Foundation’s Let 'em know 5k run/walk event. We are also excited to celebrate Awareness Month by attending the 15th International Fragile X Conference this July, in San Antonio. [...]