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Wednesday July 6, 2011 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM EDT

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Albert Einstein College of Medicine 
Robbins Auditorium
1855 Eastchester Rd
Bronx, NY 10461 

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Early Bird Registration, 2011
Professionals - $79.

Students / Families - $39
(must show student ID at entrance to conference)

Einstein / Montefiore Faculty - $49

Einstein/Montefiore Students - no charge

Regular Price, 2011
Professionals - $99.

Students / Families - $49
(must show student ID at entrance to conference)

Einstein / Montefiore Faculty - $59

Einstein / Montefiore Students - no charge


ICare4Autism International Autism Conference NYC
at  Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Finding the Causes and Treatments for ASD
What Does Medical and Educational Research Tell Us?

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Payments can be made by credit card via paypal ( NOT necessary to have paypal account), by check or at the door.  

Following the overwhelming success of ICare4Autism's last conference in July, 2010 in Jerusalem, we have now joined forces with Albert Einstein College of Medicine to host this years International Autism Conference in New York City. It will be a gathering place for leading international autism researchers to work in collaboration, and converse about the latest autism education, research, treatments and best practices.

Conference topics will cover Bio-Medical and Educational Research and Practice

Welcoming Remarks:  Joshua Weinstein Ph.D., M.B.A., USA, Israel. ICare4Autism Founder & CEO

Eric Hollander, M.D. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Director of OCD and Autism Spectrum Program Montefiore Medical Center and Einstein
Chairman of the Advisory Committee for Icare4Autism
Presenting: Neuropsychopharmacology of Oxytocin and Inflammation in Autism

John Foxe, Ph.D. Research Director of the Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center (CERC) and Professor of Pediatrics and of Neuroscience at Einstein
Presenting: Electrophysiology and Endophenotyping of Autism

Dominick P. Purpura, M.D. Dean Emeritus, Professor of Neuroscience, Einstein
Presenting: The Locus Coeruleus/Noradrenergic Hypothesis of Autism

Shlomo Shinnar, M.D., Ph.D. Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics, Hyman Climenko Professor of Neuroscience Research, and Director of the Comprehensive Epilepsy Management Center at Montefiore Medical Center and Einstein
Presenting: Epilepsy and Autism 

Robert W. Marion, M.D.  Director of the Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center (CERC) and Professor of Genetics at Einstein
Presenting: Genetics of Autism            

Brett S. Abrahams, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Departments of Genetics & Neuroscience at Einstein
Presenting: Autism Genetics - from Molecules to Pathways

Arthur L. Beaudet, M.D. Henry and Emma Meyer Professor and Chair Department of Molecular and Human Genetics at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
Presenting: A Novel and Common Inborn Error of Metabolism Discovered in Autism Patients

Hugh Morgan, MMedSc OBE FRSA CEO Autism Wales & Expert Advisor for ASD to the Welsh Assembly Government, Cardiff, Wales
Presenting: The Welsh Government’s National ASD Strategy (2008): What Can We Learn from the World’s First Government Strategy for Autism?

Mark Lever Chief Executive, The National Autistic Society (NAS), UK
Presenting: Leading a Campaign for a Better World for People with Autism

Rebecca J. Landa, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Founding Director of Kennedy Krieger's Center for Autism and Related Disorders and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Presenting: Intervention Targeting Development of Socially Synchronous Engagement in Toddlers with ASD: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Stefano Pallanti, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry, University of Florence, Italy and Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Director of Residency Program at University of Florence, Chair of the Consultation Psychiatry Unit.
Presenting: The Ecological Assessment of Executive Function in Autism; the Behavior Rating Inventory - Adult Version.

Sponsored by:

Co-Sponsored by:
Shema KolainuUJA


Building Blocks

Jewish Press


Why You Should Attend

  • Listen to leading experts presenting the latest international research and developments in the field of Autism.
  • Learn practical approaches to supporting people with ASD.
  • Network with professional colleagues from around the world
  • Get fresh information to help inspire families affected by an Autism Spectrum Disorder.


Who Should Attend

  • Education and teaching professionals
  • Psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and other allied occupations
  • Academics and students
  • Health Professionals, including pediatricians, psychiatrists, neurologists, geneticists, etc.
  • Chief Executive Officers, directors and senior managers who provide services to children and adults with Autism.
  • Families and care-givers of people with Autism.