Archived | Autism Speaks: Research We Have Funded | Circa 1997 – 2007 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Research We Have Funded What We Fund and How We Fund ItOpen Grants and How to ApplyResearch We Have Funded Autism Speaks is funding 52 new biomedical research projects at a total value of over $15.2 million. The awards cover a broad spectrum of autism sciences, including cognition and sensory processing, diagnostic measures, epidemiology, genetics, …

Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) Research Funded: 2002 Collaborative Programs | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Research Funded: 2002 Collaborative Programs (NAAR) Identifying Early Markers of Autism: A Study of Infant Siblings  Commonly known as the "Baby Sibs Study," NAAR first funded this project in 1997 and transformed into an extensive, multi-site project in 2001. In 2002, NAAR invested an additional $100,000 into this project, which is designed to better identify …

Archived | Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now – 2001 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now - 2001 Early detection of autism Jan Buitelaar, M.D., Ph.D., University Medical Center Utrecht (Pilot Research) For both clinical and research reasons it is important to detect children with typical autism and with the broader phenotype of autism spectrum disorders at an age as early as possible. We have …

Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) Research Funded: 2001 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Research Funded: 2001 (NAAR) In 2001, NAAR broke new ground in terms of the amount of money committed to autism research and the number of projects funding. It also marked the first time the organization funded projects in Israel and Ireland, and included In 2001, NAAR committed approximately $3.1 million to fund 28 pilot studies, …

Archived | Autism Speaks \ Cure Autism Now \ NAAR Publications: 2001 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Publications: 2001 In addition to leveraging their AS/CAN/NAAR-funded studies to earn larger autism research grants from the National Institutes of Health and other sources, researchers funded by AS/CAN/NAAR have experienced significant success publishing their studies in numerous scientific journals and books. These publications play a key role in enhancing the scientific community's understanding of autism …

Archived | AGRE: About the Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository | Circa April 2001 #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

About the Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository by Jay A. Tischfield, Ph.D.  Many scientists now believe that autism is a complex oligogenic disorder. They propose that autism is the result of the interaction of several inherited factors (genes) and unknown environmental influences. Identifying genes responsible for autism is likely to yield insight into this condition …

Archived | Autism Speaks Grants Related to Potential Environmental Factors in Autism | Circa 2005 – 2007

Autism Speaks Grants Related to Potential Environmental Factors in Autism Autism Speaks is committed to facilitating research that will uncover the causes of autism, develop effective biomedical treatments, and hasten the discovery of a cure. As part of this commitment, Autism Speaks has funded research projects that explore potential environmental factors in autism. For the …