From university-distinguished professors to graduate students, all members of the C-RAIND community are engaged in creating new knowledge. We aspire to be a global leader in neurodevelopmental research and training. Our work emphasizes the importance of conducting meaningful, sustainable research that provides tangible benefits to our global community. 

Gene-Environment Interactions in Autism

Daniel Campbell, Ph.D., Pediatrics and Human Development, College of Human...


Daniel Campbell

Function of sex differences in the brain for social behavior: Relevance for understanding sex bias in autism

Alexa H. Veenema, Ph.D., Psychology and Neuroscience, College of Social...


Alexa H. Veenema

Romantic Relationships and Sexuality Expression for adults with IDD: What We Know and Where We Need to Go

Rebecca Kammes, Ph.D. Candidate, Human Development and Family Studies,...

Targeting Type 1 Adenylyl Cyclase in a Mouse Model of Fragile X Syndrome

Hongbing Wang, Professor; Department of Physiology " Targeting Type 1...


Hongbing Wang

The syndromic genes Pten and Tsc1 reveal novel insights into inhibitory interneuron development

Daniel Vogt, Assistant Professor; Pediatrics and Human Development " The...


Daniel Vogt

Data-driven Methods for Unraveling the Genetic Basis of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Arjun Krishnan, Assistant Professor; Department of Comutational...


Arjun Krishnan

Assessment of Early Language and Literacy Skills for Children with Disabilities

Lori Skibbe, Associate Professor; Department of Human Development and...


Lori Skibbe