Cure Autism Now | Overview of Autism Research 1998 – 2000 | #AutisticHistory

What's New, What's Old and What's Next? 1998-2000: Overview of Autism ResearchBy Portia Iversen After forty years in the desert, major change has been underway in the field of autism research. The past two years in particular, have seen a major increase in autism research. Significant new data are beginning to accumulate, laying the ground …

Archived | Four Autism Treatments That Worry Physicians | Circa December 7, 2009 #AutisticHistory

Four autism treatments that worry physicians DEC. 7, 2009 12 AM PT Los Angels Times The Chicago Tribune examined four treatments in depth. Medical experts said that the therapies have not been proved to help children with autism and that each also carries risks. IVIG treatment What it is: Antibodies culled from donors are infused into the …

Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR): 1998 Awards | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

1998 Awards (NAAR)  In 1998, NAAR committed approximately $500,000 in its second year of funding autism research projects and marked the establishment of NAAR's Mentor-based fellowship program. In 1998, NAAR funded 10 pilot studies and 2 mentor-based fellowships in the United States and Canada. Additionally, NAAR was instrumental in funding and establishing the Autism Tissue …

Archived | Autism Speaks: New Developments In Autism Clinical Trials | Circa January 2004 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Download PDF d_200707_CANCONSENSUSDownload Jump to: New Developments in Autism Clinical Trials Outcome Measures for Clinical Drug Trials in Autism Subject Selection and Characterization in Clinical Trials in Children with Autism Impact of Recent Findings on Study Design of Future Autism Clinical Trials Autism Clinical Trials: Biological and Medical Issues in Patient Selection and Treatment Response …

Archived | Cure Autism Now: Autism Screening & Diagnostic Evaluation: CAN Consensus Statement | Circa March 1998 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Screenshot of the newsletter front page. d_200707_canconsensusDownload Feature Article CNS Spectrums Journal March 1998 Published in the CNS Spectrums Journal Volume 3 -Number 3 • March 1998 Autism Screening and Diagnostic Evaluation: CAN Consensus Statement EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Discuss the usefulness of a simple screening tool for autism and pervasive developmental disorders.Identify appropriate neurodevelopmental evaluations in …

Archived | Kennedy Krieger Institute: Study Finds Fever May Lead to Improved Behavior in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders | Circa 2005 #NotAnAutisticAlly

In The News | As Seen On Autism Speaks Kennedy Krieger Institute: Study Finds Fever May Lead to Improved Behavior in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Can fever lessen symptoms of autism? A new study published in Pediatrics aimed to find out, inspired by anecdotes from parents and clinicians of behavioral improvements during fever in people with …

Archived | Autism Speaks : Guest Reviewers for 2006 & 2007 | #NotAnAutisticAlly

Guest Reviewers for the 2006 and 2007 Panel Meetings Schahram Akbarian, M.D., Ph.D.Brudnick Neuropsychiatric Institute Evdokia Anagnostou, M.D.Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry Seaver & New York Autism Center of Excellence Paul Ashwood,. Ph.D.M.I.N.D. Institute - Univ. of Calif - Davis Anthony Bailey, Ph.D.Oxford University Marlene Behrmann, Ph.D.Carnegie Mellon University, Psychology Department April Benaisch, Ph.D.Rutgers University, Center for …