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Autism: The Next Generation of Treatment

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Matthew Lerner“Autism: The Next Generation of Treatment”
A Conversation with Stony Brook University’s Dr. Matthew Lerner

One in 68 children nationally has an autism spectrum disorder. The state of New Jersey has the highest rates: one in 45 children and one in 28 boys.

Join the New Jersey Alumni Chapter to learn where we’re going with the treatment of autism – and how Stony Brook research can help us get there.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
5:30 PM to 8 PM
DoubleTree by Hilton Somerset Hotel and
Conference Center
200 Atrium Drive
Somerset, New Jersey 08873

Speaker: Dr. Matthew Lerner
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry & Pediatrics, Stony Brook University
Director of the Stony Brook Social Competence & Treatment Lab

To read more about Dr. Lerner, click here.

Moderator: Jason W. Lantier, BA ’03, MBA BCBA
Clinical Manager, Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), Larchmont, NY
Co-Founder, National Federation for Autism

REGISTER HERE!

Contribute to the discussion!
Submit your questions for Dr. Lerner to alumni@stonybrook.edu.

Questions?
Contact Janet Masini at janet.masini@stonybrook.edu or (631) 632-6212.

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