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NAAR-Funded Researcher Co-Authors Study

NAAR-funded researcher Dr. Peter Scheiffele, of Columbia University's Center for Neurobiology and Behavior, has recently co-authored a study focusing on neuronal circuitry and the development of autism.

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NAAR-Funded Researcher Co-Authors Publication

Louise Gallagher, MB, MRC, Psych., of Trinity College in Dublin, has recently co-authored a genetics study in the journal, Molecular Psychiatry, that was made possible in part by funding from NAAR.

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NAAR Fellow Making His Way

Jacob McCauley, a 2003 NAAR pre-doctoral fellow, has wasted no time getting right down to business.

A graduate student at Vanderbilt University under the mentorship of Dr. James Sutcliffe, he is pursuin... More...

NAAR Commits Over $6 million to Research

The National Alliance for Autism Research has recently committed $6.2 million to fund 40 research grants and fellowships in the U.S., Canada and Europe focusing on a wide range of disciplines, including the ne... More...

NAAR Commits an Additional $8.3 Million to Autism Research

The National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR) is proud to announce it has committed $8.3 million to fund a variety of projects in autism research. This funding commitment includes research grants and fellow... More...

NAAR & CIHR Co-Fund Canadian Research Program

A $2.9 million, six-year partnership between the National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR) and the Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction (INMHA) of the Canadian Institutes of Health Resear... More...

NAAR Chairwoman and Son Participate in Study

NAAR Board Member Ann Gibbons, and her 17-year old ... More...

NAAR Chair Named to NIH Neurology Council

HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson recently anno... More...

NAAR Autism Poll Show Americans Want More Action on Autism

Click on the following links to view the major findings of NAAR's Autism Poll or to take the NAAR Autism IQ Test.

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NAAR Partners on New CDC Awareness Campaign

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched a national campaign to increase awareness and action in identifying children at risk for autism and other developmental disorders.

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