Experts at the Seaver Autism Center for Research and Treatment regularly publish research findings in outlets that include journal articles, text books, and manuscripts.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health maintain an extensive online database of articles, searchable by author or topic, called PubMed. Select recent publications by Seaver Autism Center researchers can be found here.
The fourth edition of Neurobiology of Mental Illness, edited by Dennis Charney, MD, Joseph D. Buxbaum, PhD, Pamela Sklar, MD, PhD, and Eric Nestler, MD, PhD, has been completely revamped with the latest advances and discoveries on the neurobiologic foundations of psychiatry. This book provides information from numerous levels of analysis including molecular biology and genetics, cellular physiology, neuroanatomy, neuropharmacology, epidemiology, and behavior. In doing so, it translates information from the basic laboratory to the clinical laboratory, and finally to clinical treatment. No other book distills the basic science and underpinnings of mental disorders and explains the clinical significance to the extent that this classic text does. The result is an excellent and cutting-edge resource for psychiatric residents, psychiatric researchers, doctoral students, and postdoctoral fellows in the neurosciences.
The Neuroscience of Autism Spectrum Disorders is a new volume edited by Drs. Joseph D. Buxbaum and Patrick R. Hof. It is a current survey and synthesis of the most important findings in the neuroscience of autism within the past 20 years, including such topics as etiology, neuropathology, imaging, and pathways/models. Several researchers within the Seaver Autism Center contributed chapters, including: Drs. Ozlem Bozdagi Gunal, Joseph D. Buxbaum, Guiqing Cai, Hala Harony-Nicolas, Alexander Kolevzon, Latha Soorya, and Neha Uppal.
The Textbook of Autism Spectrum Disorders is a comprehensive textbook designed to meet the growing need for cutting-edge research and treatment information among clinicians who encounter patients and clients with autism spectrum disorders in their practice, and parents who seek to understand their child’s disorders and treatment options. Co-edited by Dr. Alexander Kolevzon, Clinical Director of the Seaver Autism Center, this volume brings together clinical experts from many fields in order to establish a benchmark of understanding autism on a number of levels, with knowledge that is both broad and deep.