Find out about the autism research priorities of IAN's community advisors, who include parents, adults with ASD, and professionals.
Research process and autism
Among their many contributions to autism research, the families in the Simons Simplex project have given us insight into the lives of girls on the spectrum.
Will this work? Many parents wonder that before investing in a new autism therapy. Our blog has some resources for finding the answers.
From research on mothers and grandparents to teens' difficulties with technology, IAN's project team and collaborators have presented their research at numerous scientific conferences in 2016.
Watch this video to learn why it is important for families and individuals with autism to join in so we can all understand more about autism’s causes, treatments, and therapies.
To celebrate IAN's 10th birthday, Editorial and Community Director Cheryl Cohen looks back on the past ten years and the road to becoming the nation's participant-powered autism research network.
What have scientists learned about autism from brain tissue research, and what do they hope to learn? Listen to David Amaral, Ph.D., of the University of California MIND Institute, as he discussed brain research during an online webinar October 28, 2015.
Louis Reichardt has scaled the world's highest mountains while making breakthroughs in neuroscience. What kind of person drives himself with equal intensity under the fluorescent lights of a lab as well as the blinding sunlight of Everest?
Members of IAN's project team and our collaborators have made numerous peer-reviewed presentations at scientific conferences. Select the links to download the presentations or posters.
National Geographic arrives with the provocative title, "The War on Science." Inside, readers learn that some people are skeptical of vaccines and other things commonly accepted by scientists. Into this divide comes Dr. Ruth Fischbach. Can her study on autism close the gap between parents and scientists?