Ami Klin

Study: Eye Contact Declines Early in Babies Who Later Develop Autism

A “Top Ten Advances in Autism Research 2013” Selection See all the year’s “Top Ten” here.

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TEDxPeachtree – Ami Klin – Autism: Disruptions in Early Human Social Adaptation Mechanisms

A note from Chief Science Officer Geri Dawson PhD: Dr. Ami Klin explains the importance of helping the young child with autism become engaged with the social environment, which increases the learning opportunities that are avail... More...

Toddlers with Autism Drawn to Synchronized Movements

In its March 29 issue, Nature reports on an NIH-funded study out of the Yale Child Study Center that focuses on toddler response to biological motion. Dr. Ami Klin, lead investigator for the study, and his colleagues found that young toddle... More...

2000 Awards (NAAR)

In 2000, NAAR became the first non-governmental organization to break the $1 million mark for funding autism research and committed approximately $1.5 million to fund 19 pilot studies and two mentor-based fellowships in autism research taking plac... More...

2001 Awards (NAAR)

In 2001, NAAR broke new ground in terms of the amount of money committed to autism research and the number of projects funding. It also marked the first time the organization funded projects in Israel and Ireland, and included In 2001, NAAR commit... More...

2002 Mentor-based Fellowships (NAAR)

In 2002, NAAR budgeted an unprecedented $1 million to fund pre- and post-doctoral mentor-based fellowships to attract the best and brightest young minds to focus their talents on autism research.

Pre-Doctoral Fellowships

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2004 Research and Fellowship Awards (NAAR)

Research Funded: 2004

In 2004, NAAR committed $6.2 million to fund 25 pilot studies, 14 pre- and post-doctoral fellowships as well as two large collaborative programs: the NAAR Autism Genome Project and expansion of the Autism Tissue Program. In ... More...

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