Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Posted by John Elder Robison at 3:57 PM
Monday, May 28, 2012
Last week's essay on ultrasound generated a great deal of commentary. Some of the questions raised by readers were beyond my expertise, so I turned to Dr. Manny Casanova from the University of Louisville. He and his colleague Emily williams have spent a good bit of time studying ultrasound and its effects on cells. They were kind enough to write the following essay and will respond to your questions here on the blog:
Posted by John Elder Robison at 7:37 PM
Sunday, May 20, 2012
Our pre-conference for the community was standing room only, as was the stakeholder luncheon and Q&A. Attendance at those events has gone up every year.
Posted by John Elder Robison at 10:49 AM
Ultrasound Zeke has a wall full of beautiful fetal art, but it may have come at a high cost.
Remember . . . outside of evolution and the natural appearance of autistic people throughout history, we may never find a single pathway into autism. There may be a hundred other causative factors. I'm not suggesting this is THE CAUSE and neither is Manny. This may or may not be involved . . . I simply suggest it's worth exploring further.
Posted by John Elder Robison at 8:46 AM
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Now that IMFAR has wound down and I have a moment to gather my thoughts I’d like to describe a few of the less-noticed findings from this year’s conference.
Posted by John Elder Robison at 11:01 PM
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Posted by John Elder Robison at 9:33 PM