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ITA Special Interest Group

Cure Autism Now (CAN) and Autism Speaks are sponsoring "Interactive Technologies for Autism," a Special Interest Group at this year's Association for Computing Machinery (... More...

Joint Statement on the Use Of The CDC's Vaccine Safety Datalink to Investigate Thimerosal

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Cheri Jacobus, Capitol Strategies, 202 547-7358, ... More...

Autism Speaks Announces a Request for Applications Focused on International Autism Epidemiology Research

Autism Speaks recently announced a new funding mechanism for international records-based epidemiology research and is currently requesting applications. The purpose of this request for applications is to lay the groundwork for prevalence studies o... More...

An Interview with Dr. Huq

A.H. M. Mahbubul Huq, M.D., Ph.D.Assistant ProfessorDepartment of NeurologyWayne State UniversityDetroit, MI

Dr. Huq is the recipient of a ... More...

Progress in All Areas of Autism Research on Display at IMFAR 2009

The eighth annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) recently concluded in Chicago, after thr... More...

Press Coverage from IMFAR 2009

View the Associated Press story about a study presented by Deborah Fein,... More...

Innovative Technology Helps to Advance Research and Treatment of Autism

The goal of Autism Speaks' Innovative Technology for Autism (ITA) initiative is to facilitate the development of new technology to assist i... More...

Innovative Technology for Autism Class Concludes Semester at University of Southern California

Children are increasingly growing up in a world where technologies mediate and organize how they communicate, learn and play. For individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), their families and the clinicians who serve them, the ubiquitous pr... More...

INSAR Publishes Inaugural Issue of Autism Research Journal

The inaugural issue of Autism Research, a new journal published by the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR), is available online, and will be available in print in the next few weeks.

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