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Autism Research Series – ‘Discovery to Solutions’ – in fifteen cities this summer

Autism Speaks invites community members to local presentations on new advances in autism research, featuring senior members of our science staff and local researchers
July 16, 2018

Autism Speaks invites the public to free local presentations of its “Autism Research Series: Discovery to Solutions,” featuring Chief Science Officer Thomas Frazier and other senior members of the Autism Speaks staff. Together with local autism researchers, they will explore important new scientific advances in support of people with autism and their families.

All the events will include “town hall” style discussions with panelists and audience members.

The Autism Research Series is open to all, with a special welcome to people with autism and their families, researchers, educators, clinicians and policy makers, in addition to members of the local community

“Autism Sp​eaks is committed to being a catalyst for life-enhancing research with a special focus on near-term solutions for people with autism,” says Dr. Frazier. “As part of this commitment, we are pleased to join local autism researchers and community members to explore the important implications of the latest findings.”

Autism Speaks launched this highly popular series of research discussions in 2017. The 2018 summer schedule below includes hyperlinks for details and free registration to each event.

Boston June 6

St. Louis June 11

Seattle June 14

Dallas June 18

Tampa June 20

Washington, DC June 25

Detroit July 9

Miami July 11

Indianapolis July 17

Atlanta July 26

Madison, Wisconsin August 6

Charlotte, North Carolina August 14

Nantucket August 15

Phoenix August 23

Nashville, Sept 27

Your town not on the list, or you can’t attend in person? Watch an archived live stream of the “Discovery to Solutions” presentation recently hosted by the Autism Speaks Minnesota Community here.

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