Congrats to Cesar, who was recently awarded a two year T32 fellowship through the Autism Research Training Program (ARTP) at the MIND Institute! With the program starting in September 2018, Cesar will get training in the clinical and neurological aspects of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and pursue a research project focused the molecular mechanisms underlying pathology due to Chd8 haploinsufficiency in mice. Cesar is looking forward to many exciting future interactions with trainees and investigators at the MIND Institute as we continue to investigate the causal roots and molecular mechanisms driving NDDs.