IACC Selects Top 2012 Advances in Autism Research
On the occasion of Autism Awareness Month, the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee announces 20 most-significant studies of 2012
World Autism Awareness Day at the UN: Tackling Shared Global Challenges
Autism Speaks co-hosts UN panel on social, economic and public health challenges faced by individuals, families and societies worldwide
Study Addresses ‘Too Many Too Soon?’ Vaccine Concerns
Today, the Journal of Pediatrics published th... More...
Federal Panel Urges National Standard for Autism Coverage
Today, the federal Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) s... More...
National Survey Pegs Autism Prevalence at 1 in 50 School-age Children
Delayed Gaze Shifting an Early Marker for Autism
Breakthroughs in Autism Symposium
Autism Speaks invites researchers and the public to attend April 26 symposium in New York City; also accessible online following the event
Study Opens Promising New Direction in Autism Research
Autism Speaks Trailblazer research supports new theory that blocking cell distress signals can ease autism symptoms
Autism Speaks Trailblazer Research Supports New Theory That Blocking Cell Distress Signals Can Ease Autism Symptoms
New York, N.Y.
Brain Network Analysis Furthers Understanding of Autism
Fewer connections between distant brain regions may explain why people with autism excel at some tasks, struggle with others
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