Diagnosis

Taking Big Steps to Advance Research

This April, the National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR) will continue its successful relationship with ... More...

Spring Walks Raise $1.8 Million and Climbing

NAAR's Spring Walk season comes to a victorious end this weekend, as we prepare for our final three Walk F.A.R. for NAAR events of the spring. The Spring's final events are the Greater Delaware Valley Walk in ... More...

Shake, Rattle and Roll

For the fourth year in a row, TGI Friday's restaurants across the greater New York and New England areas are serving up something special for NAAR. The restaurant chain has started its annual “Shake, Rat... More...

The Seaver Center for Autism Research and Treatment, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY

The Seaver Center for Autism Research and Treatment/Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY

Child Study:

"Divalproex Sodium vs. Placebo... More...

Rutgers Investigator Earns NIH Grant

Linda Brzustowicz, M.D., a genetics researcher from Rutgers University, recently leveraged data obtained in a NAAR-funded pilot study to earned a $3.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health focus... More...

Running for a Reason

Peter Hanson is a man on a mission. With each mile he runs, this devoted father knows we are one step closer to solving the autism puzzle. ... More...

NAAR-FUNDED RESEARCHERS IDENTIFY AUTISM SUSCEPTIBILITY GENE

In the November issue of the American Journal of Human Genetics, NAAR-funded researchers Drs. James Millonig, Emanuel DiCicco-Bloom and Linda Brzustowicz at Rutgers ... More...

Pounding the Pavement with Purpose

Call it a cross-country collaboration. Five communities across the United States held their Walk ... More...

A Place In the World

More than one million Americans are autistic. It's the fastest growing developmental disability estimated at one in 166 births a year. Much has been reported on autistic youth and as we come to terms with this... More...

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