Presentations made to the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC)

4 Nov

The U.S. Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) holds regular meetings. Each IACC meeting typically has presentations by experts in various fields of autism research and services. Video of the meetings is made available by the NIH. For example the IACC workshop on under recognized and co-occurring conditions in ASD is there. It can be somewhat inaccessible in that the entire meeting is 7 hours long (and so is the video) while each talk was typically 10 minutes. In other meetings the talks have been longer, but it seems to me that some may find it valuable to have access to the individual talks. With that in mind, I have been pulling some of the meeting videos and cutting the talks out and posting to YouTube. I will post these talks as I get time.

The first set will be the epidemiology talks presented at the recent Workshop. One by the Anjali Jain of the Lewin Group, one by Lisa Croen of Kaiser Permanente, one by Isaac Kohane of Harvard University, and one by Daniel Coury of The Ohio State University.

By Matt Carey

One Response to “Presentations made to the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC)”


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