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SIMONS FOUNDATION Highlights Dr. Lawrence Reiter for his Dental Pulp Study


The Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative recently interviewed Dr. Lawrence T. Reiter from the Department of Neurology while he was attending the joint Duplication 15q/Angelman Syndrome Research Conference in Boston, MA. Dr. Reiter’s recent work using dental pulp stem cells (DPSC) to investigate gene expression changes leading to autism and other neurogenetic syndromes is a new approach to understanding these syndromes using live patient derived neurons in culture. The full interview¬†can be found at¬†https://sfari.org/news-and-opinion/q-a/2014/questions-for-lawrence-reiter-extracting-clues-from-teeth.