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Research Café : Autism


 Research Café

 AUTISM
 Dr. Amy wood


 Wed, Apr. 24, 4:00pm at Cougar Grounds, Hilton Hotel
 Free coffee and snacks provided


 What are Research Cafes?


 Research Cafes are informal, interactive discussions open to everyone interested in the topic being  presented. Participation in the dialogue between the audience and the speaker is strongly encouraged.

 Who should attend?


  ALL MAJORS interested in discussing the challenges and tips to dealing with autism.

 What will be discussed?

  • The Causes behind Autism
  • Effective Treatment Possibilities
  • Autism's increasing Scope throughout the country
  • Current Research being conducted on Autism

About Dr. Amy Wood


Dr. Wood is President and Scientific Advisor for Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) – Houston. In this capacity, she reviews data on research studies and clinical trials to ensure the studies and trials are scientifically valid before they are supported and promoted by FEAT-Houston. She also serves as a resource for individual families and organizations seeking to better understand the research behind the success of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and how it can be successfully utilized to acquisition skills, address challenging behavior, and improve quality of life.

 

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 Moderated by: UH Tier One Scholars
 Hosted by: UH Learning through Discovery, contact Dan Cato, djcato@uh.edu

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