Archived | Autism Speaks: Science Advisory Board | Circa 2007 #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Scientific Advisory Board Scientific and medical experts meet several times a year to review research proposals for Autism Speaks.  David Amaral, Ph.D.University of California, Davis M.I.N.D. InstituteGeorge Anderson, Ph.D.Yale Child Center, Yale University David S. Baskin, M.D., F.A.C.S.Methodist Neurological Institute Margaret Bauman, M.D.LADDERS, Massachusetts General Hospital Ralph Bradshaw, Ph.D.University of California, Irvine Melissa Down Begg, …

Archived | Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now – 2002 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now - 2002 Studies of a serotonin transporter (5HTT) mutation associates with Asperger's syndrome Matthew Beckman, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Young Investigator) The search for genes associated with autism has been the focus of much attention by researchers in the past few years. Recently this search has led to …

Archived | AGRE Frequently Asked Questions & The AGRE Consortium | Circa 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Image background is blue with a white dna strand. In a white circle are logos for Autism Speaks, AGRE, Cure Autism Now and NIH/NIMH. Above the circle it says: Not An Autistic Ally. AGRE Frequently Asked Questions What is AGRE? How do I gain access to AGRE? How do I order biomaterials from AGRE? How …

Archived | Cure Autism Now: Autism Genetic Resource Exchange (AGRE) | Circa May 10, 2006 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Does your family have two or more children diagnosed with autism, PDD or Asperger's syndrome? Autism Genetic Resource Exchange (AGRE) Tell us about your family. Click here to complete the secure online Family Contact Form, or click to print the Family Contact form. *** AGRE's Key Objectives: The Autism Genetic Resource Exchange (AGRE) was created by Cure Autism …

Archived | Autism Speaks: AGRE Steering Committee | Circa 2008 #NotAnAutisticAlly

AGRE Steering Committee The AGRE Steering Committee for the AGRE project is made up of active leaders in the scientific community, representing fields which are highly relevant to autism research such as neurodevelopmental biology, neurology, neuroimaging, learning and cognition, immunology, genetics, biochemistry, and pharmacology. They have all made outstanding contributions in their own fields and …