Dr. Inna Fishman Awarded a $2-million Grant from the NIH for Autism Research

Inna looking at brain images on computer

Dr. Inna Fishman, Research Assistant Professor of Psychology at SDSU, was recently interviewed by the SDSU Newscenter for receiving a $2-million grant from the NIH to look at early signs of autism in children around 2 years old. This grant will allow Dr. Fishman and her team to use the most advanced neuroimaging techniques-anatomical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), functional connectivity MRI and diffusion tensor imaging to identify early brain signature of autism spectrum disorder. [Read the SDSU Newscenter article]

 
 

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