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. 

Understanding how Clinicians Simplify their Speech when Talking to Children with Language Delays

Megan Yasick is a speech-language pathologist completing her clinical...


Courtney E. Venker

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