Analysis of Neyroanatomic and Neurofunctional Substrates in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Analysis of Neyroanatomic and Neurofunctional Substrates in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Program Description

FMRI is a safe imaging scan technique, with no use of radiological hazard «x-ray», that allows physician to see and examine the detailed images of brain structure through mapping certain locations which are related to variant ASD symptoms. In addition to mapping the brain functions to help discover which locations are responsible for different behaviors and acts in the brain. Currently, we are in the first phase which covers recruiting ASD cases between the ages of 6 to 18 years old to participate in the research and implement the diagnosis and the assessment for them as well as carrying out the MRI scan.

Research Enrollment:

Enrollment into the research is currntly closed