How Genetic Testing Can Guide Treatment and Care for People with Autism and Other Co-Occurring Conditions

December 11, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
New Horizons, 1st Floor
300 E. Highland Mall Blvd
Austin TX 78752
Jacquie Benestante
512-479-4199, Ext. 4
This free presentation, part of our Brown Bag Learning lunch series, will focus on how genetic testing can help people with autism, such as helping guide medication use or better understanding co-occurring conditions and other potential health risks.  (Feel free to BYOL – bring your own lunch!).
We’ll be giving away a free ticket to AutFest Texas, our Autism Film Festival (happening 4/30/20 in Austin). We’ll give away one ticket to someone from our live “studio audience” and one ticket to a facebook commenter!
This will be broadcast on Facebook live. Our Facebook page is
About the presenter:
Kyle W. Davis, ScM, LCGC, is a board-certified and licensed genetic counselor at Lineagen, Inc., a laboratory focused on diagnostic testing for people with autism and other childhood developmental conditions. At Lineagen, he has helped hundreds of families who have been referred for genetic testing better understand testing and their results. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University/National Human Genome Research Institute’s Genetic Counseling Training Program in 2016. He is a native Austinite who also enjoys playing with his two young kids, skiing, hiking, and creative writing.