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As the world's leading autism researchers and advocates gathered at the International Meeting for Autism Research last weekend to share the latest discoveries about autism spectrum disorder, a strong theme emerged: Autism is growing up. When you
In the summer of 2010 as England was being knocked out of the World Cup in South Africa, something all together more hopeful was happening in London. A group of scientists, social researchers, parents and autistic people got together to join a
Over the past two years, the number of US children with autism spectrum disorder has grown approximately 30 percent, meaning about 1 in 68 American children now has the condition. Despite this prevalence, scientists are still struggling to
Two pioneering researchers in the field of autism are scheduled to speak next month at a two-day conference on the disorder at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park. Robert Koegel and Lynn Kern Koegel will make their presentation at noon
Open Source Research Exchange Database (RexDB) for the management of autism spectrum disorders research. The project aims to empower autism investigators to make more effective use of their data and more efficiently exchange data across the
Mitchell has spent a lot of his life trying to understand his own brain. In college, he took classes in neuroscience because he wanted to know which parts of his brain weren't working correctly. Later he volunteered for research studies that used MRI
Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative, hosts one of the best autism research focused blogs there is. The Simons Foundation is the largest private funder of autism research. Notable papers of 2012 The list includes genetic, brain structure and
The New Surveys Conducted on behalf of UJA-Federation by the Autism Science Foundation and the Interactive Autism Network Aim to Help Service Providers Expand Programs That Support All Those Affected by Autism .
From autism research to dentists, a growing number of issue-based organizations are preparing to use these powerful political committees not for their prescribed purpose advocating for the election or defeat of candidates but as de facto lobbying
Two autism researchers in the University of North Carolina School of Medicine have each been awarded $12.6 million grants in the latest round of funding from the National Institutes of Health's Autism Centers of Excellence (ACE) research program.