Eden Autism joins Princeton–Trentonian lecture series

PRINCETON – Eden Autism has announced the return of the Princeton Lecture Series along with a roster of leading research and medical guest speakers who will present at “Neurobiology and Autism: Genetics, Comorbidities and Dual diagnosis,” according to a press release.

The program will highlight experts in neurology, psychology, pharmacology, and applied behavior analysis as they relate to people with autism spectrum disorders.

The event will take place on Friday, June 3, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and interested parties can attend virtually or in person at the RE Munich Conference Center at 665 College Road East in Princeton.

This year’s lecture series will feature Eric Hollander, MD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, who will present “New Developments in Autism and the Field of Repetitive Behavior.” Hollander is the director of the Autism and Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Program at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and has been listed for the past ten years on the “Best Doctors” and “Best Doctors in America” ​​of NY Magazine and Castle Connolly.

Madeline Chadehumbe, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, will present “Neurological Comorbidities Seen in Autism Spectrum Disorders.” Dr. Chadehumbe’s current leadership and service positions include Medical Director of the Princeton/Plainsboro Specialty Care Center with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Migraine QA at the CHOP/ED Headache Center.

Gahan Pandina, PhD, Senior Director, Compound Development Team Leader at Janssen Research & Development will also speak. A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Pandina will present “The Neurobiology and Genetics of Autism Spectrum Disorders, and the Use of Biomarkers in the Diagnosis and Development of New Therapies”. Rounding out the programming, Mary Jane Weiss, PhD, BCBA-D, Director of Learning at Eden Autism Services and Professor at Endicott College, will present “Bringing it All Together: Comprehensive Care Models for Autism.”

Admission for in-person attendance is $100 and includes breakfast and lunch. Virtual registration is $50. The event is free for students, and CEUs and professional development hours are also available.

For more information or to register, visit edenautism.org/princeton-lecture-series.

Angela C. Hale