Research at Dr. Chapman's Office
Glutathione and Autism
Dr. Chapman is studying the effect of glutathione replacement on the course and severity of symptoms of autism. Our work will contribute to the scientific body of information about children on the Autism Spectrum.
Glutathione is our body’s most potent, naturally occurring intracellular antioxidant. Glutathione is neuroprotective, immunoprotective and an important part of healthy cellular function. Recent research shows that patients with neurodevelopmental conditions (such as Autism, PDD and Asperger Syndrome)may have a deficiency in Glutathione. This deficiency points toward a promising new direction for prevention and treatment of these conditions. More about Glutathione...
Vitamin D and Autism
Dr. Chapman is collaborating with the Autism Research Institute as a research facility for the investigation of Vitamin D in the prevention of Autism.
Requirements for Participation:
You must have at least one child on the Autism spectrum
You must be pregnant or planning to get pregnant
You must be willing to take the required Vitamin D supplement and agree to follow up and assessment of your new child
Current Research Important to Autism Treatment
Click on any area of interest below to see the most current and intriguing research validating the biomedical approach to autism treatment. This is the latest research that influences the way that I treat children with Autism.
Autism and allergies/ inflammation
Biomarkers in children with Autism
Diet Influences Symptoms of Autism
Immune Dysregulation in Autism
Gastrointestinal Symptoms/ Treatments
Methylation Capacity/ Methyl B-12
Novel Nutritional Interventions
Heavy metal toxicity/ Detoxification Issues
Here is a neat link for other biomedical abstracts in autism treatment!