News from the Jones Lab
Research assistants from the Jones Lab and the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain celebrated National Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd at the New York Presbyterian and Columbia University Autism Awareness Community Outreach Fair.
Rebecca Jones spoke about the lab’s work at the Autism Science Foundation Day of Learning.
You can watch Dr. Jones’ presentation, as well as the other talks from the Day of Learning, here.
Our work on reducing head motion during fMRI was featured in Spectrum. Check it out here.
Rebecca Jones spoke about Autism at Caveat on Wednesday, January 9th, as part of their “A Lot on the Mind” series.
The Jones Lab was featured in a Spectrum article asking early-career autism researchers to summarize their work in a one-minute video pitch. Check it out here.
Congratulations to Dienke Bos on becoming an Assistant Professor position at the Department of Psychiatry, Brain Center Rudolf Magnus, University Medical Center Utrecht. See her lab here.
Rebecca Jones publishes an “Editors’ Choice” article in Science Translational Medicine. Read the abstract here.
Congratulations to our high school and college students who completed the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Summer Program.
The Jones Lab received funding from the National Institute of Mental Health in collaboration with colleagues Jim Rehg, Ph.D. and Agata Rozga, Ph.D. at Georgia Institute of Technology to study nonverbal communication skills in toddlers and preschool children.
The Jones Lab welcomed two new research assistants, Elysha Clark-Whitney and Emily Barnes.
Congratulations to Dienke Bos and Eliana Ajodan for presenting at the International Society for Autism Research Annual Meeting, and to Ben Silver for presenting at the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting.
Spectrum News published an article about Dienke Bos's research on circumscribed interests in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Read it here.
Congratulations to Dienke Bos for receiving the 2018 Samuel W. Perry III, MD, Distinguished Award in Psychiatric Medicine.