Important New Insights into the Hormonal Basis of Behavioral Problems in Autism

What are the underlying factors in behavioral problems in autism, and how do we treat them? This talk shares the results of new autism research into behavioral problems by examining their frequency and severity, their underlying hormonal basis, and targeted safe and effective anti-hormonal pharmacological treatments. Evidence will be presented from peer-reviewed tissue culture, animal model, and clinical trial studies.

Mark Geier, MD, PhD

Dr. Geier is an MD with a PhD in genetics. He practiced clinical medicine for more than 30 years, and treated thousands of autism patients. He has more than 150 publications in peer-reviewed scientific/medical journals and textbooks. He has a patent pending for the treatment of hormonal dysfunction in autism and has been an expert witness in civil litigation.

David Geier

Mr. Geier holds a BA in Biology with a minor in history from UMBC. He has done graduate studies at George Washington University and the National Institutes of Health. He has almost 100 publications in peer-reviewed scientific/medical journals and textbooks. He has a patent pending for the treatment of hormonal dysfunction in autism and has been involved civil litigation.