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Blinklab Founders Discuss Their Research on Autism in Spectrum

“Across species, early brain development is defined by a period of exuberant synapse formation, followed by one in which any unnecessary connections are pruned. Disruption to either process may explain some of the atypical development seen in autism, but much about synaptic development remains unknown.”

BlinkLab Founders Samuel Wang and Henk-Jan Boele discuss their research on autism in Spectrum, the leading publication for autism news and analysis. Check it out: https://www.spectrumnews.org/news/new-studies-reveal-how-autism-might-alter-synapse-formation-pruning/