IACC to hold extra conference call on risk factors and prevention tomorrow

3 Nov

This notice just in from the IACC email list:

At the request of members of the IACC, the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) Scientific Workshop Panel 3 will be holding a conference call tomorrow from 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET, Wednesday, November 4, 2009 to discuss the updating of Question 3 of the 2009 IACC Strategic Plan for Autism Spectrum Disorder Research.

The agenda for the conference call will include a discussion of recommendations for line edit changes for Question 3 of the IACC Strategic Plan – “When Should I Be Concerned?” which addresses ASD risk factors and prevention. The draft line edits will be discussed at the November 10, 2009 meeting of the IACC full committee.

This phone call will be open to the public via conference call lines. Members of the public who call-in will be able to listen, but will not be heard.

To access the conference call dial:

USA/Canada Phone Number: 1-888-455-2920
Access code: 1050786

The latest information about the call can be found at: http://iacc.hhs.gov/events/2009/iacc-scientific-workshop-conference-call-cont.shtml.

You received this announcement because you attended a previous meeting of the IACC or joined the IACC mailing list. We apologize for duplicate notices. For more information on this meeting, or the IACC, please visit http://iacc.hhs.gov/

The IACC also can now be found on Twitter (www.twitter.com/IACC_Autism).

Please note: Schedule subject to change.

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