Happily married to Professor of Theology & Cultural Historian, James T. Fisher, and mother to 12 year old son, Charlie, who is on the moderate to severe end of the autism spectrum, she is currently writing a book about life on the long road with Charlie, and blogging about autism at: We Go With Him. Her web page is: kristina chew.com
Kristina has appeared on Good Morning America (June 10, 2008) and the Today Show (October 2008) to speak about autism. She was also interviewed by Newsweek for an online video (October 28, 2008), in connection with a report on autism and vaccines.
In addition, Kristina has been interviewed by, quoted and/or referenced in, Newsweek about the 2008 Presidential campaign; the Washington Post, and New York Times on the Autism Ransom Notes advertising campaign; and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on vaccines and autism organizations.
Science & Research Topics Addressed by Kristina:
The Vaccine Theory Goes to Court (May 28, 2007)
Better Diagnosis and So-called Epidemics (October 30, 2007)
Two Hypotheses: Autism Epidemic and Diagnostic Substitution (April 8, 2008)
Vaccines and Autism: A Matter of the Heart (February 13, 2009)
Empathy, Imitation, and Mirror Neurons (May 20, 2009)
Inspired by Kristina's Son: