Michael Ronemus, PhD

Michael Ronemus, PhD

Michael Ronemus, PhD is a Research Assistant Professor at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. His work focuses on identifying the genetic components of autism spectrum disorders, and integrating these findings into a larger and more cohesive picture of the factors that underlie this highly prevalent but poorly understood set of disorders.

Most Recent Articles by Michael Ronemus, PhD

Autism Awareness: Perspectives from a Researcher and Parent

Autism Awareness: Perspectives from a Researcher and Parent

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Michael Ronemus, PhD, was forced to step out from behind the microscope when his own son was diagnosed with autism.

The Search for Genes that Cause Autism

The Search for Genes that Cause Autism

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The latest genetic theory suggests autism's sporadic nature might be due to de novo mutations arising in the parental germline.

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