Simons Foundation Lectures are free public colloquia related to basic science and mathematics. These high-level talks are intended for professors, students, postdocs and business professionals, but interested people from the metropolitan area are welcome as well.
Orrin Devinsky discusses autism and epilepsy, and the genetic, clinical and phenotypic features typical of individuals with these often comorbid disorders. He discusses how understanding shared and distinct mechanisms may improve prognosis, therapy and prevention.
If this lecture was videotaped, it will be posted here after production.