“Assessment of reward-related brain function after a single-dose of oxytocin in autism: a randomized controlled trial.” Mayer et al., 2021
A long journey comes to an end! After initial discussions at Marburg University about a potential German-wide autism research net back in 2012, with the first draft being submitted in 2013, being granted the BMBF-funded “ASD-Net” in 2014, our labs move to Lübeck University in 2015, the clinical trial registration in 2015/2016, the initiation of recruitment and scanning in 2017, we can now proudly present our first publication from the ASD-Net collaboration “Modulating effects of oxytocin treatment on social cognition in patients with autism spectrum disorder“!
Thanks to Prof Philipp Kanske and Dr Katrin Preckel who coordinated the big and complicated MPI Leipzig part of this multi-center study!
Mayer AV, Preckel K, Ihle K, Piecha FA, Junghanns K, Reiche S, Rademacher L, Müller-Pinzler L, Stolz DS, Kamp-Becker I, Stroht S, Roepke S, Küpper C, Engert V, Singer T, Kanske P, Paulus FM, Krach S. (2021). Assessment of reward-related brain function after a single-dose of oxytocin in autism: a randomized controlled trial. Biological Psychiatry: GOS; October 23