Brock neuroscientist studying early autism detection in the brain

Neuroscientist and professor in Brock University’s Department of Psychology, Sid Segalowitz is on a mission to determine how early the development of autism can be detected in a child’s brain. Segalowitz and his Brock research team are widely recognized for their ability to record and interpret brain waves gathered by an electroencephalogram (EEG). It’s one reason an international research team based at McGill University turned to them to help interpret data from hundreds of children. Read the full story here

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