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

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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 http://sfari.org/news-and-opinion/q-a/2014/questions-for-lawrence-reiter-extracting-clues-from-teeth.