Archived | Grants Funded By Cure Autism Now – 2005 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now - 2005 Genetics: Searching DNA for mutations that will point to proteins and pathways that may be amenable to treatment  The Prevalence of Mutations in X-Chromosome Linked Genes (Pilot Project Award) Jozef Gecz, Ph.D., Women's and Children's Hospital, Australia Genes and the environment perform a delicate balancing act in the …

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Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now - 2004 Molecular Studies in Autism Huda Zoghbi, M.D., Baylor College of Medicine (Genius Award) The funds received through the Cure Autism Now Genius Award will allow us to explore new approaches to identify some of the molecular genetic pathways involved in autism. Our strategy will focus on the …

Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) Research Funded: 2004 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Research Funded: 2004 (NAAR) In 2004, NAAR committed $6.2 million to fund 25 pilot studies, 14 pre- and post-doctoral fellowships as well as two large collaborative programs: the NAAR Autism Genome Project and expansion of the Autism Tissue Program. In addition, NAAR's 2004 research commitments include the ongoing support of two interdisciplinary autism training programs …

Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) Autism Genome Project: Fact Sheet | Circa 2004 #NotAnAutisticAlly #AutisticHistory

32f362f6-1510-4140-aabc-715d563d1da6Download NAAR Autism Genome Project: Fact Sheet A Public/Private Research Partnership Uniting the World’s Leading Autism Researchers to Locate the Genes Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders Who: The project is a partnership between the National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR) and four institutes of the National Institutes of Health (NIH): the National Institute of Mental …

Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) Research Funded: 2002 Collaborative Programs | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Research Funded: 2002 Collaborative Programs (NAAR) Identifying Early Markers of Autism: A Study of Infant Siblings  Commonly known as the "Baby Sibs Study," NAAR first funded this project in 1997 and transformed into an extensive, multi-site project in 2001. In 2002, NAAR invested an additional $100,000 into this project, which is designed to better identify …

Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) Funded Research For 2000 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Research Funded: 2000 (NAAR) In 2000, NAAR became the first non-governmental organization to break the $1 million mark for funding autism research and committed approximately $1.5 million to fund 19 pilot studies and two mentor-based fellowships in autism research taking place in the United States and Spain. Also in 2000, NAAR and the Nancy Lurie …

Archived | Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now – 1998 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now - 1998 Search for a candidate gene in autism Julia Bailey, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (Young Investigator)The goal of this project is to identify associations of candidate genes and autistic disorder through a family based non-parametric (model free) method. This method does not require assumptions about the …