Interactive Autism Network

Autism Speaks Awards $4.8 Million for New Research Projects

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 ... More...

Parents Say Wandering Common & Scary; Research & Guidance Needed

The first major study on runaway behavior among children with autism confirms that it is both common and extremely stre... More...

New Data Shows Half of All Children with Autism Wander and Bolt from Safe Places

The Interactive Autism Network (IAN), www.ianproject.org, the nation's largest online autism research project, recently revealed the preliminary results of the first major survey o... More...

Calling All Families: Groundbreaking Study Seeks 3,000 Participants from Across the U.S.

Families are the cornerstone of all clinical research. Without their participation, research to determine the causes, treatments and cures for autism would never move forward.

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Kennedy Krieger Institute Launches First National Online Autism Registry

April 2, 2007 (Baltimore, MD)—Kennedy Krieger Institute today announced the launch of the Interactive Autism Network (IAN) – the first national online autism registry – at ... More...

Why Do Children with Autism Wander and Bolt from Safe Places?

March 30, 2011

Today, the Interactive Autism Network (IAN), with support from leading autism advocacy groups, launched the first major survey to study the experi... More...

IAN Research Findings: Regression

The Interactive Autism Network (IAN), a project collecting information online from families of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) from throughout the United States, reports on developmental regression in a... More...

Biography - Simon Wallace, Ph.D.

Simon Wallace, Ph.D.Director of Scientific Develop... More...

Science Periodicals

Autism ResearchAutism Research is published by the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR). The journal brings fresh ... More...

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