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Meghan Miller - UC Davis

Podcast June 2019

Dr. Miller is an assistant professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, Davis. She is a licensed clinical psychologist whose specialty is in early diagnosis of, and comorbidity between, autism and ADHD. She was the principal investigator on the MIND Institute's "Early Risk Study Team". Tune in to learn more about Dr. Miller's research study and their findings!

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Jason Cherry - Siblings of Autism

Podcast June 2019

Jason is the founder of Siblings of Autism, a non-profit organization. Siblings of Autism works closely with the Autism Society of America to provide individuals with siblings on the autism spectrum different services: scholarships, outreach & respite. Tune in to learn more about Jason and his reason for starting this amazing organization.

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Maxine Rosaler - Queen for a Day

Podcast May 2019

Maxine is an author from Washington Heights, NY. Her latest novel "Queen for a Day" focuses on her experiences as the parent of a child on the autism spectrum. What began as truth-telling memoir, ended up as "a novel in stories". Tune into learn more about Maxine! For more information visit: maxinerosaler.com

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Joseph McCleery - St. Josephs University

Podcast May 2019

Joseph is the Academic Director of the Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support at St. Josephs College in Philadelphia, PA. The Kinney Center has a two-fold mission: to educate and train the autism professionals of tomorrow, while supporting and serving the individuals and families affected by autism today. The Center also provides: supervised peer mentoring and social skills programs, support and educational resources, a resource center for information, networking and advocacy support and more! Tune in to learn about how this center is helping young adults on the spectrum & their families navigate college life. For more information visit: www.kinneyautism.sju.edu

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Dr. Karen Parker - Stanford University

Podcast May 2019

Dr. Parker is an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford University. She is also the director of the social and neurosciences research program. Tune in to learn more about Dr. Parker's Autism related work at Stanford as well as her latest study - "The Role of Vasopressin in the Social Deficits of Autism".

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