Dr. Margaret L. Bauman is a distinguished pediatric neurologist and research investigator who has been a pioneer in the study and treatment of autism for the past twenty- five years. One of the world’s foremost physicians in this field, she is highly respected for the outstanding clinical care she provides, as well as for her research and teachings in the domain of developmental disorders. Renowned for a wealth of clinical and research advances, Dr. Bauman’s dedicated career is best exemplified in her establishment and development of The Autism Research Foundation (TARF), The Autism Research Consortium (TARC), LADDERS (Learning and Developmental Disabilities and Rehabilitation Services) and The Autism Treatment Network (ATN).
Countless professionals have benefited from her teaching, leadership, and challenge to excel. Her commitment, passion, and dedication to advancing the understanding of the biology of autism while promoting and providing the delivery of optimum clinical care define Dr. Margaret Bauman as a world leader in this field.
Three Decades and Counting: Margaret Bauman, MD, Honored for Contributions to Field of Autism
- Published 10/27/2011
Dr. Bauman receives lifetime achievement award.
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Something known for many years and now there are data from a larger study that originated 10 years ago at Brandeis University, and reported in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.