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In addition to Gamsiz and Morrow, the paper's other authors from Brown are Emma Viscidi, Abbie Frederick, Shailender Nagpal, Michael Schmidt, Elizabeth Triche and Sorin Istrail; Stephan Sanders, Michael Murtha and Matthew State at Yale; Daniel Geschwind at the University of California–Los Angeles; Edwin Cook at the University of Illinois–Chicago; and Bernie Devlin at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Simons Foundation supported the research with grant SFARI 124827EM. Morrow is also supported by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund and the National Institutes of Health. Gamsiz's fellowship is supported by Lifespan, the Brown Institute for Brain Science, and the Norman Prince Neurosciences Institute.
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