Neuroscience’s Roberto Fernández Galán discusses new autism study

Brains of kids with autism are “noisier” than typical brains, CWRU imaging research shows: Discoveries

The Plain Dealer: The brains of children with autism produce significantly more static-like background noise at rest than those of children without the disorder, according to a recent study by Case Western Reserve researchers, led by Roberto Fernández Galán, associate professor of neuroscience.