The Interactive Autism Network (IAN) was created in order to bring parents and researchers together with the goal of accelerating and expanding high quality, autism-focused research.
Research participation and autism
IAN Research is a groundbreaking project which is attempting to collect the largest ever data-set on individuals with ASDs. We invite you to participate!
The Interactive Autism Network (IAN) Project provides an opportunity for individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and their families to actively participate in autism research from anywher
IAN Research is a groundbreaking project which is attempting to collect the largest ever data-set on individuals with ASDs. We invite you to participate.
IAN Research is collecting the largest self- and parent/guardian-reported data set on people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
IAN, the Interactive Autism Network, was established in January 2006 at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
To unlock the mysteries of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), research across a wide variety of disciplines is essential. Scientists play a crucial role in this process, but they cannot provide answers on their own. Those with ASD and their families can play a vital part by participating in research studies and becoming informed consumers of research.