The BRAIN Foundation Synchrony 2022 December 2 - 4 | 4141 Hacienda Dr, Pleasanton REGISTER NOW AGENDA
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About The Conference

The BRAIN Foundation is excited to announce the third year of Synchrony.
Synchrony is the first and only international symposium on translational research in autism, that brings together academia, biotech, pharmaceutical companies and venture partners from around the world with the mission to improve health and quality of life of people with autism.
Come learn about the latest in basic and translational research and the opportunities being pursued by biotech and pharmaceutical companies for the development of FDA-approved therapeutics for autism.
Sponsored by

Understanding ASD through animal models, tissue cultures and organoids

Treatments in the FDA pipeline undergoing clinical trials

Biotech startups and pharmaceutical companies: Novel ASD therapeutics

Meet Our Community

100+ Researcher Participants

10 BRAIN Foundation Principal Investigators Funded

$1 Million+ in Research Grants Facilitated

150+ Physicians

Academic Speakers

Richard Frye, MD, PhDPhoenix Children’s Hospital
Edward Quadros, PhDSUNY
Harris Huberman, MDSUNY
Tolga Atilla Ceranoglu, MDMGH
Karen Parker, PhDStanford
Randy Blakely, PhDFAU
Aurelio Galli, PhDUniversity of Alabama
Harumi Jyonouchi, MDSPH
Sarkis Mazmanian, PhDCalTech
Joseph D. Buxbaum, PhDMount Sinai
Stuart Lipton, MD, PhDScripps
Kazue Takahashi, PhDHarvard Medical School
Paul Ashwood, PhDUC Davis
Arthur Krigsman, MD & Stephen Walker, PhDWakeForest, GI Autism
Alessio Fasano, MDMGH
Yuliy Fradkin, MDRutgers University


Axial Biotherapeutics


Yamo Pharmaceuticals
Finch Therapeutics

Synchrony gives you access to:

  • Presentation recordings of all Synchrony 2021 sessions and slides
  • Opportunity to have questions answered by speakers on a priority basis
  • Annual membership for BRAIN Foundation that offers:
    • Free access to additional webinars, presentations and Q&A by scientists, clinicians, industry leaders organized by BRAIN over the next 12 months
    • Notification about upcoming BRAIN funded clinical trials and opportunity to enroll as participants
    • Access to registry and health passport to enable participation in clinical trials and treatment studies
    • Discounts on services related to medical care (e.g., tests kits)
    • Information about cutting-edge science, resources and therapeutics through our newsletter (opt-out available)


  • The venue, people and events were top-notch. If they do it again, I would highly encourage those interested in learning first-hand about emerging autism research and clinical trials to attend this valuable event.

    John Rodakis
    Founder, N of One
  • Synchrony 2019 facilitated collaboration between researchers, clinicians and parent advocates on complex autism related issues that can only be fully answered through multidisciplinary collaboration.

    A leading UK Autism Charity