Navigation Links
Autism Speaks awards $4.8 million for new research
Date:1/7/2013

to predict the early detection of autism. This targeted research project will complement the team's ongoing Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS) study of the brain and behavior development of infants at high risk of developing autism. IBIS is supported through the NIH Autism Center of Excellence Network. Researchers also hope to gain a fuller understanding of brain-behavior relationships during the critically important period of infant brain development.

The final targeted research award to Shekhar Saxena, Ph.D., of the World Health Organization (WHO), supports a global project in collaboration with Autism Speaks to expand and enhance autism services at existing healthcare facilities and care-providers in underserved countries. This three-year collaboration will support field trials of instructional programs for clinicians designed to enhance the diagnosis and treatment of autism.


'/>"/>

Contact: Jane E. Rubinstein
jrubinstein@rubenstein.com
212-843-8287
Autism Speaks
Source:Eurekalert  

Page: 1 2 3 4 5

Related biology news :

1. Holding a mirror to brain changes in autism
2. Autism risk gene linked to differences in brain structure
3. Autism Speaks awards $1.1 million to fund high priority studies
4. Spontaneous gene glitches linked to autism risk with older dads
5. Gene mutation identified as contributor to autism spectrum disorders
6. Researchers across North America team up to find genetic markers for autism
7. New genes contributing to autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders uncovered
8. Research shows how PCBs promote dendrite growth, may increase autism risk
9. Common genetic variants identify autism risk in high risk siblings of children with ASD
10. MindSpec launches online Autism Reading Room
11. New treatment for irritability in autism
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
Related Image:
Autism Speaks awards $4.8 million for new research
(Date:11/5/2014)... Rio de Janeiro, Brazil -Individuals show great diversity in ... importantly, males and females greatly differ in their perceptual ... kinds of smell tests. , Sex differences ... social behaviors and may be connected to one,s perception ... and emotions. Thus, women,s olfactory superiority has been suggested ...
(Date:11/4/2014)... 4, 2014) — Think about the way our bodies ... neighboring cells know that they are supposed to become ... these tissues find the correct place and alignment? Researchers ... crucial questions. , In a new study, UM researchers ... with their surrounding neighbors, at the head-trunk region. Their ...
(Date:11/4/2014)... , Nov. 4, 2014   Neurotechnology , ... announced that the latest version of its fingerprint ... Ongoing MINEX evaluation organized by NIST. ... algorithms using the INCITS 378 fingerprint standard template ... in public tenders in the United ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):The female nose always knows: Do women have more olfactory neurons? 2The inside story: How the brain and skull stay together 2Neurotechnology Places Second in Ongoing MINEX Ranking for Fingerprint Matching Algorithms 2Neurotechnology Places Second in Ongoing MINEX Ranking for Fingerprint Matching Algorithms 3
... substances involved in the Jekyll-and-Hyde transformation that changes harmless ... study appears in ACS, Environmental Science & Technology ... note that bleaching already has destroyed up to 30 ... searching for ways to slow or stop the damage. ...
... a nanometer in diameterhave been highly touted for potential ... devices, or hydrogen storage components for fuel cells. Thanks ... Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and five partners, ... detection and destruction of an aggressive form of breast ...
... to the National Institute of Health, 40 percent to 45 ... of diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy, damage to the retina ... blindness in people with diabetes and is one of the ... percent of all patients who,ve had diabetes for 10 years ...
Cached Biology News:Combining nanotubes and antibodies for breast cancer 'search and destroy' missions 2Study shows pine bark improves circulation, swelling and visual acuity in early diabetic retinopathy 2Study shows pine bark improves circulation, swelling and visual acuity in early diabetic retinopathy 3
(Date:11/21/2014)... -- , Todd Martensen se ... Mariano Rodríguez es elegid vicepresidente senior de desarrollo empresarial y ... marcha para comenzar de forma rápida la comercialización de su ... en Europa   , KLOX Technologies ... siguientes nombramientos: Todd Martensen ha sido ...
(Date:11/21/2014)... (PRWEB) November 19, 2014 The science ... lives was shared with more than 200 primary students ... students from the University of Otago Physics Department and ... The Otago students, members of the university’s OSA/SPIE Student ... in early September, giving children from small, rural schools ...
(Date:11/21/2014)... Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2014 ... “A Short Walk to the Other Side” ... was an “Award-Winning Finalist in the “Fiction: Short Story” ... . , Jeffrey Keen, President and CEO of USA ... entries from mainstream and independent publishers, including Simon & ...
(Date:11/21/2014)... 2014 The report, "Synthetic ... Enzymes, Cloning kits), Technology (Bioinformatics, Nanotechnology, Gene ... Biomaterials, Bioremediation) - Global Forecast to 2018", ... threats, opportunities, and challenges. , Browse 99 ... through 185 pages and in-depth TOC of ...
Breaking Biology Technology:KLOX Technologies anuncia sus nombramientos ejecutivos 2KLOX Technologies anuncia sus nombramientos ejecutivos 3KLOX Technologies anuncia sus nombramientos ejecutivos 4KLOX Technologies anuncia sus nombramientos ejecutivos 5Optics and photonics outreach programs share science, spark fascination with light 2Optics and photonics outreach programs share science, spark fascination with light 3Mystic Ink 's Short Story Collection “A Short Walk to the Other Side” Honoring Ray Bradbury Praised As Award-Winning Finalist In USA Best Book Awards 2Mystic Ink 's Short Story Collection “A Short Walk to the Other Side” Honoring Ray Bradbury Praised As Award-Winning Finalist In USA Best Book Awards 3Mystic Ink 's Short Story Collection “A Short Walk to the Other Side” Honoring Ray Bradbury Praised As Award-Winning Finalist In USA Best Book Awards 4Synthetic Biology Market Expected to Reach $5,630.4 Million in 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 2Synthetic Biology Market Expected to Reach $5,630.4 Million in 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 3Synthetic Biology Market Expected to Reach $5,630.4 Million in 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets 4
... MIT scientists explaining how they recently discovered a catalyst ... assistance of a five-year $20 million award from the ... (Caltech) Chemical Bonding Center (CBC) project, called "Powering the ... fulfill its goal of efficiently and economically converting solar ...
... MEDX ) announced today that it is scheduled to ... a.m. Eastern Time on,Thursday, September 4, 2008. The event ... Investor Relations section of the Medarex website at, http://www.medarex.com ... available,following the event., About Medarex, Medarex is ...
... Sky One,Medical, Inc. ("China Sky One Medical" or "the ... company producing external use,over-the-counter drugs in the People,s Republic ... to list its common stock on the,NASDAQ Global Market., ... the NASDAQ Global Market on,September 15, 2008, and that ...
Cached Biology Technology:Understanding the science of solar-based energy: more researchers are better than one 2Medarex to Present at the Thomas Weisel Partners Healthcare Conference 2China Sky One Medical, Inc. Approved to List on the NASDAQ Global Market 2China Sky One Medical, Inc. Approved to List on the NASDAQ Global Market 3