On September 17 (Sun.), the 7th Annual Conference was successfully completed.
The conference was held simultaneously at the venue and online, and was attended by many people, including not only medical professionals but also patients and the general public. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for making the conference a success.
This year’s keynote speaker was Dr. Tatsuya Koeda, Vice President of the National Center for Child Health and Development and Professor Emeritus of Tottori University, who gave an online presentation on “Reading the various symptoms of autism spectrum disorder from brain science.
OTHER PRESENTATIONS INCLUDED AN INTERIM REPORT ON A CLINICAL STUDY FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER THAT BEGAN IN MAY: AN ANALYSIS OF 18 OF 30 PATIENTS BEFORE AND AFTER TRANSPLANTATION USING THE SRS-2 ENDPOINT SHOWED A CLEAR AND SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE. RESULTS 30 WEEKS AFTER THE START OF TRANSPLANTATION WILL BE PRESENTED AT NEXT YEAR’S SCIENTIFIC MEETING.
We are also accepting applications for archived delivery of all presentations including keynote speeches. Please click below to make a request.
Those who have applied for archiving can also apply for additional materials including abstracts distributed at the venue on the day of the event.
Next year’s conference is scheduled to be held on September 22, 2024. We look forward to your participation.
Lastly, we appreciate your continued support for our efforts in running the event at the venue and distributing it online, even though we may have fallen short.