Dr. Elizabeth Torres Discovers a Way to Detect and Measure Female Autism, Asperger's

Dr. Torres and her lab members have made a breakthrough discovery. They found that tracking and measuring the involuntary head movements revealed in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scans offers a new, more accurate way to detect autism in girls.

The breakthrough research was featured on Rutgers Today and NJTV News.

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