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Jed Elison, PhD and Jason Wolff, PhD
L-R: Jed Elison, PhD and Jason Wolff, PhD

Wolff, Elison part of team identifying autism biomarkers in infancy

By tracking infants' brain growth using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), alumni and assistant professor, Jason Wolff and Jed Elison from the Institute for Child Development were able to predict which infants would meet criteria for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as toddlers with 80 percent accuracy.

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"One of the greatest opportunities at the University of Minnesota was to work with faculty members with different areas of expertise."

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Okan Bulut, Ph.D '13 Associate professor, University of Alberta

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Where are they now

Our alumni find jobs. In fact, 100% of our counseling and student personnel psychology and school psychology students found jobs in 2016. Dedicated to improving the way people learn and grow, our graduates work in schools and communities and conduct cutting edge research in educational psychology.

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