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  • Psychology Assessment Center

    The pediatric neuropsychology specialists at Massachusetts General Hospital’s Psychology Assessment Center provide neuropsychological assessments to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological, medical, genetic and developmental disorders.

    For more information, please call: 617-643-3997

News

  • At Seat at the Table raises funds for autism - 2/21/2015, Mass General

    A Seat at the Table took place on November 4 with cooking sensation Ina Garten, known to her legions of fans as the Barefoot Contessa. The event offered an intimate dining experience at Boston's Mandarin Oriental, and benefited Massachusetts General Hospital and MassGeneral Hospital for Children's Lurie Center for Autism.

  • Help us discover new ways to treat the symptoms of autism - 2/21/2015, Research

    The Lurie Center's Research Program offers children, adolescents and adults a unique opportunity to participate in groundbreaking research studies. Learn how you can participate in an exciting study that is exploring a new autism treatment. This new treatment could potentially treat autism's core symptoms, including impaired communication and social skills.

  • Buie Featured in Video Series for Autism Speaks - 1/26/2015, Mass General

    Timothy Buie, MD, director of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition at the Lurie Center for Autism, discusses various topics surrounding gastroenterology issues and autism in a video series for Autism Speaks.

  • Decompressing After School: Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder - 9/8/2014, Mass General

    Many children and teens on the autism spectrum expend a lot of energy to “hold it together” just to make it through the school day. When they get home from school they could benefit from a little time to decompress. Here are strategies parents can use to help facilitate this process.

  • Determined to succeed - 8/29/2014, Mass General

    The Aspire Adult Internship Program at the Lurie Center for Autism helps adults gain valuable experience in the work world.

  • No Connection Between School Shooting and Asperger's Syndrome - 12/17/2012, Mass General

    In a blog post shared here, D. Scott McLeod, PhD, a MassGeneral Hospital for Children psychologist and executive director of Aspire Program, says persons with ASD are no more likely to commit a violent act than persons not on the autism spectrum.

  • McDougle named inaugural Nancy Lurie Marks Professor - 5/11/2012, Mass General

    To advance understanding and treatment of autism, Nancy Lurie Marks and the Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation have established the Nancy Lurie Marks Professorship in the Field of Autism at Harvard Medical School (HMS). The chair’s first incumbent is Christopher McDougle, MD, who joined the MGH in October as the inaugural director of the Lurie Center for Autism.

  • Improving care for patients with autism - 4/1/2011, Mass General

    MGH Hotline 4.1.11 April is Autism Awareness Month, and at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC), a team led by Sarabeth Broder-Fingert, MD, a second-year resident in Pediatrics, is working to improve the inpatient experience for patients with autism and their families.

  • Is There a Link between Autism and the Gut? - 1/19/2010, Mass General

    Autism spectrum disorders and gastrointestinal woes: A discussion with Dr. Timothy Buie, pediatric gastroenterologist at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.

  • A generous gift - 8/28/2009, Mass General

    MGH Hotline 08.28.09 Many associate autism with children, but the complex disorder is a lifelong condition affecting a growing population of adults.

  • Tuberous Sclerosis Complex - 7/21/2009, Mass General

    The Carol and James Herscot Center for Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) at Massachusetts General Hospital and MassGeneral Hospital for Children is using genetic research to better understand TSC and other diseases like cancer, autism and obesity.

Video

  • Photo of Dr. Lisa Nowinski

    Lisa Nowinski, PhD

    Dr. Lisa Nowinski talks about her work as a neuropsychologist at the Lurie Center for Autism.

  • Photo of Ann Neumeyer, MD

    Ann Neumeyer, MD

    Dr. Ann Neumeyer, the medical director at the Lurie Center for Autism, talks about her work as a neurologist.

  • Photo of Gretchen Timmel, MEd

    Gretchen Timmel, MEd

    Gretchen Timmel works with adults and children at the Lurie Center for Autism.

  • Photo of Christopher McDougle, MD

    Christopher McDougle, MD

    Dr. Christopher McDougle, the director of the Lurie Center for Autism, talks about his work as a psychiatrist.

  • ASPIRE Program 2012

    ASPIRE Program 2012

    Hear from program administrators and participants about the ASPIRE program which benefits children and young adults with autism and other related disorders.