The following grant opportunities are intended to promote research in early screening methods for ASD. RFA-MH-19-121 is an R21 (Exploratory/Developmental Grant) RFA-MH-19-120 is an R01 (Research Project Grant) Application Deadline: February 4, 2019Details
According to The Journal of Frontiers in Neuroscience, a high impact peer-reviewed, open access platform to communicate scientific facts, over 1/2 million people worldwide are interested in learning more about sensory-motor differences in Autism. The NJACE PI Torres spearheaded the effort in 2012: With 38 articles and 91 authors, including self-advocates and parents, this Research…Details
The NJ Autism Center of Excellence is proud to offer the NJACE Faculty Scholarship Award, sponsored by the Governor’s Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism award in the amount of $10,000. The goal of the award is to expand the pool of health/allied health professional students trained to provide effective services to people…Details
On October 17 and 18, members of the Children’s Specialized Hospital team presented at the 36th Annual Autism Conference at Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center in Atlantic City. Heidi Spiegel, Long Term Care; Adrienne Robertiello, Special Healthcare Educator, Autism; and Christine Sanpietro, APN Educator, presented two 75-minute sessions titled, “Autism and Health Care in 3D for…Details
INSAR 2019 Annual Meeting (May 1- May 4). Abstract submission is now open. Deadline for abstract submission: November 28, 2018. Link to abstract submission page: https://www.autism-insar.org/page/2019AnnMtg
Project Search will have a two day technical assistance training Nov 13 and 14th at Middlesex County Votech – East Brunswick Campus. This is perfect for those interested in exploring this amazing opportunity for successful integrated and competitive employment for those with developmental disabilities. There will be no charge for attendance. To see agenda and…Details
The Organization for Autism Research (OAR) is offering grant awards of $1,000 for students conducting autism research as a requirement in pursuit of a master’s degree and $2,000 for students who are doctoral candidates or post-doctoral students. To get all the details click here
Check out Autism Science Foundation’s Weekly Podcast, linked to a new paper in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders: Autism Scientists’ Reflections on the Opportunities and Challenges of Public Engagement: A Qualitative Analysis. Link to the Podcast Link to the PaperDetails
Yale introduced the first-ever undergraduate seminar on Autism and Related Disorders. The material however is free for anyone who desires to learn about Autism Spectrum Disorders. Take a look at the free uploaded seminar material here!
Take a look at some upcoming webinars relating to autism services, research and training from the Autism Research Institute.