In the News
Want to find out more about the REACH Project in the community? Follow the links below to learn about our investigators’ research.
Union Tribune. "Gene mutation linked to schizophrenia identified."
Recent Publications from our Study Investigators:
Neuronal peptide signaling is altered in Schizophrenia, providing a potential target for developing new antipsychotic drugs.
Vacic, V., [28 authors], Sebat, J. (2011). Duplications of the neuropeptide receptor gene
VIPR2 confer significant risk for schizophrenia. Nature.
Spontaneous genetic variations not present in a child's parents are found to be a significant risk factor for ASD.
Sebat, J. et al. (2007). Strong association of de novo copy number mutations with
autism. Science, 316(5823), 445-9.
Taking a look at RCHSD's Alexa's PLAYC (formerly The Toddler School), 10 years after it's establishment.
Akshoomoff, N., Stahmer, A., Corsello, C., Mahrer, N. (2010). What happens next?
Follow-up from the children's toddler school program. Journal of Positive Behavior
Interventions, 12(4), 245-53.