|Comments submitted to the IACC (Interagency Autism Coordinating
May 12, 2008 - Multiple etiologies, the auditory system, evidence of obstetric error.
July 8, 2008 - Common pathway in the brain, prevention, interventions, lifespan needs.
July 15, 2008 - Evidence of obstetric error, respiratory depression & autism statistics.
September 2008 - Response to a request for comment on plans for autism services.
September 2008 - Response to a request for comment on the Strategic Plan draft.
November 21, 2008 - Asphyxia at birth, the inferior colliculus & speech comprehension.
December 12, 2008 - Regression, co-morbid conditions, male/female differences.
January 14, 2009 - Request for an investigation of obstetric procedures.
January 14, 2009 - Request for an investigation of neonatal resuscitation procedures.
January 14, 2009 - Request for an investigation of de novo mutations in Rett syndrome.
February 4, 2009 - We need something like the NTSB to investigate autism.
February 4, 2009 - Vaccine research strategy.
May 4, 2009 - Updates needed to the "strategic" plan.
Collected Comments (May 2008 - May 2009)
Response to Request for Input on the Strategic Plan (August 2009)
The Importance of Mitochondria (September 2009)
The Importance of Brainstem Processing (November 2009)
Discussion points submitted to members of the IACC (January 2010)
Discussion points submitted to members of the IACC (March 2010)
Important research papers published in 2009 (April 2010)
Comments made at the IACC Meeting (Apr 30, 2010)
Responses to the Request For Information NOT-MH-10-025 (June 2010)
Written comments submitted for the July 16 meeting (July 7, 2010)
Research proposal submitted for the July 16 meeting (July 7, 2010)
also online at http://www.inferiorcolliculus.org/presentation.html
A decade online (2000-2010)
Instrument of harm
The first breath
Postnatal placental circulation
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