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The Science of Autism with Dr. Eric Fombonne, MD

Event date: 
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 - 5:30pm to 8:30pm

Join the University of Oregon’s College of Education and the UO Alumni Association for an informative, engaging and interactive evening as we explore the science of autism.

Dr. Fombonne’s keynote address will explore autism trends in an attempt to determine if autism is an epidemic. After his address, we’ll engage you in a panel discussion with leading autism experts as we explore current developments.

Panelists

  • Phil Washbourne, associate professor of biology, UO
  • Laura Lee McIntyre, associate professor of special education and clinical sciences, UO
  • Judy Newman, co-director of Early Childhood CARES
  • Wendy Ricketts, parent of child with Asperger's Syndrome and patron of the College of Education

​Ford Alumni Center – Giustina Ballroom
1720 East 13th
Eugene, OR 97403

Registration:
$5 for UOAA Members
$15 for Non-members
Free for teachers and UO students

Online invitation

*Food and beverages will be served.