Yale Child Study Center – 2022 Yale Autism Summer Institute | STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVES ON EARLY AUTISM
July 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
The 2022 Yale Autism Summer Institute is a symposium focused on current research and clinical practices in
autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders.
The Summer Institute is a live, hybrid event that will take place both in person at the Cohen Auditorium in the
Yale Child Study Center (230 South Frontage Road, New Haven, CT) and via Zoom. Attendance is free of charge
and is open to researchers, clinicians, service providers, and families. Students, postdoctoral associates, and
trainees at all levels are welcome to attend.
Presentations will cover stakeholder perspectives on autism and autism services, trauma in neurodiverse
children, prenatal and neonatal brain development, and co-occurring conditions in children and adults with
autism. Speakers include Yale faculty from the Child Study Center and the departments of Pediatrics,
Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, and Statistics and Data Science, as well as staff from the State of
Connecticut Office of Early Childhood and a parent of a child with autism.
Registration is required ahead of time for in-person and virtual attendance:
Links for Zoom presentations will be sent only to those who have pre-registered.