Presentations

Occasionally, Dr. Werling and lab members have the opportunity to give public and/or lay-friendly presentations or webinars. Here are a few that have been recorded and made available:

Workshop on Sex Differences in Brain Disorders: Emerging Transcriptomic Evidence and Implications for Therapeutic Development, 2020

National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine

Autism spectrum disorders: Transcriptomic characterization and implications for sex-differential risk

Dr. Werling’s presentation begins at 2:44:20

 

Autism Science Foundation
Day of Learning West 2019

The Role of Biology in Autism’s Female Protective Effect

Links to all other presentations from this ASF event can be found here: https://autismsciencefoundation.org/day-of-learning-evening-of-celebration/day-of-learning-west-2/day-of-learning-west/

Psychiatric Genomics Consortium Statistical Genetics Monthly Call
2018

An analytical framework for whole-genome sequence association studies and its implications for autism spectrum disorder

Autism Science Foundation 4th Annual Day of Learning
2017

Understanding the female protective effect

Environmental Epigenetics of Autism Webinar Series
2016

Dr. Tracy Bale: The potential role of epigenetics in the sex differences of autism

Introduction by Dr. Donna Werling. Webinar co-hosted by the Autism Science Foundation, Autism Speaks, and the Escher Family Fund for Autism.

Spectrum News Webinar Series
2016

The role of sex-differential biology in risk for autism spectrum disorder