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Faculty

Katherine E. MacDuffie, PhD

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
University of Washington
Seattle

Mark D. Shen, PhD

Department of Psychiatry
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Stephen R. Dager, MD

Department of Radiology
University of Washington
Seattle

Martin A. Styner, PhD

Department of Psychiatry
Biomedical Research Imaging Center
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Sun Hyung Kim, PhD

Department of Psychiatry
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Sarah Paterson, PhD

Department of Psychology
Temple University
Philadelphia

Juhi Pandey, PhD

Department of Child Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Tanya St. John, PhD

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
University of Washington
Seattle

Jed T. Elison, PhD

Institute of Child Development
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis

Jason J. Wolff, PhD

Department of Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis

Meghan R. Swanson, PhD

Department of Behavioral and Brain Sciences
University of Texas at Dallas

Kelly N. Botteron, MD

Department of Child Psychiatry
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, PhD

Department of Pediatrics
University of Alberta, Edmonton
Alberta, Canada

Joseph Piven, MD

Neurodevelopmental Research Center
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Annette M. Estes, PhD

Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
University of Washington
Seattle

Accredited by

American Psychiatric Association

Course Description

Sleep patterns in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) appear to diverge from typical development in the second or third year of life. Little is known, however, about the occurrence of sleep problems in infants who later develop ASD and possible effects on early brain development. In a longitudinal neuroimaging study of infants at familial high or low risk for ASD, parent-reported sleep onset problems were examined in relation to subcortical brain volumes in the first 2 years of life.

Activity Details

Credit Types:CME
Credit Amount:1.00 Credits
Release Date:2020-Jun-01
Expiration Date:2022-May-31
Estimated Time for Completion:1 hour
Registration Required:Yes
Cost:$161-$322/yr
System Requirements:
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