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Autism Speaks Awards $4.8 Million for New Research Projects

Latest Funding Supports Advances in Environmental Science and Innovative Small Business Projects as well as Basic & Clinical Research

Autism Speaks today announced the award of $4.8 million in funding for 14 new research projects. To date, Autism Speaks has committed m

January 07, 2013

New York, N.Y. (January 7, 2013) – Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, today announced the award of $4.8 million in funding for 14 new research projects. To date, Autism Speaks has committed more than $195 million for research projects that advance understanding of the causes, prevention treatment and cure of autism spectrum disorders (ASD).  

Autism Speaks Awards Nearly $5 Million to Fund Research on Autism Spectrum Disorders

Grants include a Suzanne and Bob Wright Trailblazer Award to study the multi-generation effects of medications taken during pregnancy

Autism Speaks today announced the awarding of new research grants totaling nearly $5 million.

September 27, 2012

New York, N.Y. (September 27, 2012) – Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, today announced the awarding of new research grants totaling nearly $5 million. “Autism Speaks is committed to continuing our research which has tremendous potential to increase our understanding of autism and addressing the needs of individuals with autism,” said Autism Speaks Co-founder Bob Wright, “and we are grateful to the donors who make this research possible.”

Autism Speaks Awards $1.1 Million to Fund High Priority Studies

Expedited Funding and Research Will Study Differences in DSM-IV and Proposed DSM-5; Suzanne and Bob Wright Trailblazer Grant Seeks to Improve Quality of Life for Those Hypersensitive to Noise; and Environmental Health Study will Evaluate Impact of Flame Retardants on Immune System

Autism Speaks announced the award of new research grants totaling $1.1 million in funding to support high priority studies. “Suzanne an

March 14, 2012

New York, N.Y. (March 26, 2012) – Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, today announced the award of new research grants totaling $1.1 million in funding to support high priority studies. “Suzanne and I are extraordinarily proud of Autism Speaks’ continued funding for novel research projects which have tremendous potential to open new avenues to understanding autism,” said Autism Speaks Co-founder Bob Wright.

Autism Speaks Awards First Philip and Faith Geier Autism Research Grant in Environmental Sciences

Epidemiologist M. Daniele Fallin, Ph.D., of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to Receive $450,000 Over Three Years for Her Outstanding Project on Gene-Environment Interactions

Autism Speaks is pleased to announce its first Philip and Faith Geier Autism Research Grants in Environmental Sciences, named in honor

January 25, 2012

NEW YORK, N.Y. (January 25, 2012) –  Autism Speaks is pleased to announce its first Philip and Faith Geier Autism Research Grants in Environmental Sciences, named in honor of Phil Geier and his late wife, Faith in recognition of his service to Autism Speaks and to the many individuals and families affected by autism. Acknowledging Mr.

Autism Speaks Awards 47 New Research Grants Funding $13.2 Million Over Next Three Years

Global Autism Science and Advocacy Organization Advances Research in Epigenetic and Gene-Environment Influences, Neurobiology, and Studies Concerning Adolescents and Adults with Autism

Autism Speaks announced the awarding of 47 new research grants totaling $13,242,279 in funding over the next three years. Grants awarde

December 21, 2011

New York, N.Y. (December 21, 2011) – Autism Speaks, the world’s largest autism science and advocacy organization, today announced the awarding of 47 new research grants totaling $13,242,279 in funding over the next three years. Grants awarded this year not only respond to Autism Speaks funding priorities, but collectively move autism research forward toward improving diagnosis and treatment and quality of life for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).