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SFU researcher explores brain circuit function in autism

A Simon Fraser University researcher has received nearly $1 million for a unique study exploring the circuit function of the brain, specifically the differences seen in autism. Teresa Cheung, assistant professor of professional practice in the School of Engineering Science and a researcher with SFU’s ImageTech Lab at Surrey Memorial […]