David G. Amaral, PhD

Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the Center for Neuroscience, University of California, Davis; Director, UC Davis Autism Center of Excellence; Core Scientist, California National Primate Research Center; Director, Autism BrainNet; Started the Autism Phenome Project; Editor-in-Chief, Autism Research, INSAR; Co-Author, "Default Mode and Fronto-Parietal Network Associations With IQ Development Across Childhood in Autism" (2022, Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders), "Patterns of Sensory Processing in Young Children With Autism: Differences in Autism Characteristics, Adaptive Skills, and Attentional Problems" (2022, SAGE Publications), "Change in the Severity of Autism Symptoms Relates to Co-Occuring Psychopathology During Middle Childhood" (2022, Psychomatic Medicine)


Teaching Behaved Brains

The Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, CA or Virtually via Zoom  February 17-19, 2023

Diverse Brains & Autism

Insights Into Brain and Behavior Changes Across Childhood With Autism Spectrum Disorder