Joachim Hallmayer, MD, was the principal investigator for the California Twins Study, the game changing research that showed environmental factors play a greater role in autism than previously thought. Hallmayer is an associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at the Stanford School of Medicine, focusing on children and adolescents. (Photo: Courtesy of the Stanford School of Medicine.)
Theodore Slotkin, PhD, holds full professorships at Duke University School of Medicine in the departments of pharmacology and cancer biology, psychiatry and behavioral sciences, and neurobiology. His research examines how external elements – such as nicotine, pesticides, or drug therapies for preterm labor – can affect fetal development. (Photo: Courtesy of the Duke University School of Medicine)
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