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UK Brain Bank for Autism
The UK Brain Bank for Autism is based in the University of Oxford, UK.Learn more
Exciting news for the UK Autism Brain Bank!
The UK Autism Brain Bank will soon be part of the Autism Brain Net network - updates soon!Learn more
Research from the UK Autism Brain Bank
A recent study from work in our community has found that a part of the brain called the cerebral cortex has a different structure in people with autism.Learn more
Would you like to help?
If you would like to help the UK Autism Brain Bank please contact us using the details belowLearn more
The importance of Brain Banks was highlighted today on the BBC news website - read the full article here
The UK Autism Brain Bank is excited to announce that it will shortly become the first international centre linked to the Autism Brain Net; the largest network of research centres collecting brain donations for autism research.
Professor Steven Chance, co-director of the UK Autsim Brain Bank, recently presented his new brain imaging method based on measurements from the brain bank donations at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), 2016
Current research projects which are taking place in Oxford at both the University and the NHS can be found here
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