The Seaver Autism Center for Research and Treatment is home to a multidisciplinary team of expert clinicians and scientists who apply genetics, molecular biology, model systems, neuroimaging, and experimental therapeutics in order to better understand the causes of autism, develop novel treatments, and provide optimal care for our participants.
Led by Gayle Schneiderman, the administrative team at the Seaver Autism Center supplies critical support for all of the research activities of the Center. This team is responsible for the overall management of the Center’s resources, day-to-day operations, and all communication and marketing activities.
Team members assist Center faculty members in the preparation of grant as well as the management of grants once they are received, in addition to managing the Seaver Fellowship program.
For Seaver Center inquiries, please email:
Program Assistant, Samantha Bright - Patient Scheduling and Research Study Questions
Administrative Manager, Gayle Schneiderman - Center Management
Communications and Marketing Associate, Sarah Lynch - Press and Events