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$19 Million at Risk for New Autism Research

WASHINGTON, DC (September 19, 2012) -- The key federal agencies responsible for funding core autism research, treatment and surveillance programs face an across-the-board 8.2 percent budget cut in January, according... More...

Researchers Launch Study with Oxytocin Nasal Spray

A large clinical trial will test the safety and... More...

Compound Eases Autism Behaviors in Mice

A compound that inhibits the brain chemical glutamate r... More...

President Obama Signs Budget Bill Appropriating First $230 Million Authorized by CARA

WASHINGTON, DC (December 23, 2011) -- President Obama today signed into law an omnibus budget bill that includes an estimated $230 million in new federal funding for autism research and services, the first of three annual appropri... More...

Autism Speaks Helps Create World’s Largest Source of Autism Research Data

 

 

Today, Autism Speaks joins the National Institutes of Health in announcing the addition of Autism Speaks Autism... More...

Autism Speaks Hails Congressional Budget Vote Appropriating Over $230 Million for Autism Research

Washington, DC – Autism Speaks hailed Congress’ vote on a new federal budget bill that appropriates over $230 million for continued autism research, including the first appropriations under the newly reauthorized Combating ... More...

NIH Scientists Discover Correlation Between Growth Hormone Levels and Autism

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Cincinnati Children's Hospital and the University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine reported higher levels of growt... More...

NIH to fund Research to Advance Vaccine Safety

The NIH has issued a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) request for grant applications entitled Research to Advance Vaccine Safety, designed to support research that will contribute to the overall understand... More...

NIMH Grant Provides Stimulus to Autism Speaks' Bioinformatic Infrastructure

Autism Speaks is the recent recipient of a $1M NIMH grant funded by the American Recovery... More...

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