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Craig Newschaffer of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore.

A new study in the US attributes the rise in autism cases the reason that schools are diagnosing autism more frequently.// It is not a sudden epidemic so to say. Study author Paul Shattuck of the University of Wisconsin at Madison said, there may be as yet unknown environmental triggers behin...

Drexel School of Public Health awarded $14M NIH grant for autism research

... build upon its ongoing research on ASDs. A renowned autism epidemiologist, newschaffer is currently a co-principal investigator in the national Study to Explore E... to identify childhood risks for ASDs and other developmental disabilities. newschaffer is also involved in CDC-funded autism prevalence monitoring activities and ...
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News -- Epidemiology and Biostatistics | Drexel University School of ...

Prof. Newschaffer Authors New Study of Autism in Children with Fever. Prof. Craig J. Newschaffer, PhD, Professor and Chair of the Department of ...

Craig J. Newschaffer, Ph.D.

Faculty, Faculty Research, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins, John Hopkins ... Newschaffer CJ, Falb MD, Gurney JG. ...

Causes of Death in Elderly Prostate Cancer Patients and in a Comparison ...

Articles by Newschaffer, C. J. Articles by Penberthy, L. T. Search for Related Content ... 12 Desch CD, Penberthy LP, Newschaffer CJ, Hillner BE, Whittemore M, ...

ASPH Friday Letter #1511 - 04 April 2008

Under the direction of Dr. Newschaffer, the Drexel School of Public Health will ... A renowned autism epidemiologist, Dr. Newschaffer is currently a co-principal ...

Drexel Digest

11. Dr. Craig J. Newschaffer Speaks to Congressional Caucus on Autism Findings ... Dr. Newschaffer was invited to speak to the Congressional caucus to offer his ...
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