Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) Research Funded: 2005 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

In 2005, NAAR committed $8.3 million to fund 41 pilot studies, 14 pre- and 7 post-doctoral fellowships as well as three large collaborative programs: the NAAR Autism Genome Project, the High Risk Baby Siblings Research Project and the Autism Tissue Program. In addition, NAAR's 2005 research commitments include the ongoing support of two interdisciplinary autism …

Archived | National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) 2005 Research Awards | #NotAnAutisticAlly #AutisticHistory

The National Alliance For Autism Research (NAAR) Screenshot of 2005 Research Awards Front Page. Text below. 2005_naar_research_supplementDownload The National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR) is the first organization in the country dedicated to funding and accelerating biomedical research to unravel the mysteries of autism and find a cure. Founded in 1994 by parents of children …

Archived | Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now – 2003 | #AutisticHistory #NotAnAutisticAlly

Grants Funded by Cure Autism Now - 2003 Synaptogenesis and chromosomal rearrangements in autism Thomas Bourgeron, Ph. D., Pasteur Institute (Pilot Project) Autism is a developmental disorder characterized by impaired social interaction and communication, in addition to restricted range of interests and activities. The PARIS study, an international collaborative project coordinated by Pr. Marion Leboyer …

Archived | Cure Autism Now: Listening To You Newsletter For AGRE Families | Circa Winter 2005 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Winter 2005 Listening To You: The Newsletter for AGRE Families Autism Genetic Resource Exchange A Successful Year for AGRE AGRE has expanded the collection of clinical data and genetic material to include over 600 families. As a result, AGRE is now the world’s largest autism gene bank that is made available to researchers through the …

Archived | Autism Speaks: Autism Genome Project (AGP) | Circa 2004 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Autism Genome Project Launched in 2004, the Autism Genome Project, or AGP, is the largest study ever conducted to find the genes associated with inherited risk for autism. Many of the world's leading genetics researchers pooled their resources and used a promising new technology, the DNA microarray, to scan the human genome in the search for …

Archived | NAAR Autism Genome Project: Frequently Asked Questions | Circa July 2004 #NotAnAutisticAllly

NAAR Autism Genome Project: Frequently Asked Questions What is the NAAR Autism Genome Project? The NAAR Autism Genome Project is a large-scale, collaborative genetics research project designed to map the human genome in the search for autism susceptibility genes - the genes responsible for the inherited risk for autism. This unprecedented endeavor is the largest …

Archived | NAAR Launches Largest Autism Genetics Study | Circa July 19, 2004 #NotAnAutisticAlly

NAAR The NAAR Autism Genome Project is Using DNA Array Technology to Scan the Human Genome & Includes 1,500 Families in the Search for the Genes Associated with the Disorder July 19, 2004 The National Alliance for Autism Research has launched the NAAR Autism Genome Project the largest study ever conducted to find the genes associated with inherited risk for …