Baylor College of Medicine

Brain Network Activation Patterns in Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorder (H-40440)

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Age Requirement: 12-21

We are now offering a research study at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital to better understand the underlying mechanisms of autism spectrum disorder, using electroencephalogram analysis to study brain activity.

This would involve a two-day visit to Texas Children's Hospital. The study will involve two days of your child playing a series of computer games, in order to monitor their brain activity. The study will also test for their IQ, using the Stanford-Binet test. The study will look at differences in brain activity among individuals with different genetic causes of autism spectrum disorder and will also compare these results to healthy controls.

If you are interested in this study, please contact study coordinator Megan Rech at rech@bcm.edu or (832) 824-8702. Megan will then discuss with you the possible enrollment and will be able to give more details about the study.

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Megan Rech

Phone 1: 832–824–8702

IRB: H-40440

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