Iris Trutzer

Iris Trutzer
Boston University | BU · Center for Neuroscience

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Background Catatonia is an often underdiagnosed diagnosis in the pediatric population that carries substantial morbidity and mortality. Early recognition of catatonia is important, especially whenit presents with autonomic abnormalities to ensure timely initiation of treatment. Treatment of catatonia is well established, especially the use of GABAe...
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Abstract Autism is a neurodevelopmental connectivity disorder characterized by cortical network disorganization and imbalance in excitation/inhibition. However, little is known about the development of autism pathology and the disruption of laminar-specific excitatory and inhibitory cortical circuits. To begin to address these issues, we examined l...
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Autism has been linked with the changes in brain connectivity that disrupt neural communication, especially involving frontal networks. Pathological changes in white matter are evident in adults with autism, particularly affecting axons below the anterior cingulate cortices (ACC). It is still unknown whether axon pathology appears early or late in...

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