Clinical Coordinating Center The Clinical Coordinating Center (CCC) leads the Autism Treatment Network (ATN) sites in the development of consensus-based guidelines; spearheads the creation of the Registry for children with autism; and supports the sites in, and coordinates the application and implementation of ATN-based research studies.
James M. Perrin, MD
Director, ATN Clinical Coordinating Center
Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Director of the MGH Center for Child and Adolescent Health Policy. Oversees CCC; lead PI on HRSA-funded AIR-P.
Daniel L. Coury, MD
ATN Medical Director
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Psychiatry at Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Hospital, in Ohio. Sets the vision for the ATN. In collaboration with CCC Director and AS Vice President of Clinical Programs and leads guideline development and implementation.
Kirsten Klatka, MSW
Clinical Program Manager, ATN Clinical Coordinating Center
Coordinates the clinical operations for the ATN and assists the Director and Medical Director in the day-to-day operation of all ATN clinical and committee activities.
Brian Winklosky, MA
Clinical Research Program Manager, ATN Clinical Coordinating Center
Coordinates, integrates and monitors all research related activities for the ATN including those funded under HRSA AIR-P and pursues funding opportunities for further research.