About Ami Klin
Dr. Ami Klin, Chief of Autism and Related Disorders at the Marcus Autism Center, is known for his study into high-tech eye tracking as a sign of autism. The hope through his research is that early detection and intervention can be provided for babies. Dr. Klin also works in the Department of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine. Previously, Dr. Klin directed the Autism Program at Yale University School of Medicine until 2010. Known internationally, Dr. Klin is a recognized psychologist and researcher. Most of his work focuses on the social mind and brain, specifically related to autism at all ages. He received his doctorate from the University of London and post-doctoral work at the Yale Child Study Center.