SFARI is pleased to announce that it intends to fund 17 grants in response to the 2021 Genomics of ASD: Pathways to Genetic Therapies request for applications.
Three SFARI Investigators (current and past) have recently received prestigious prizes in the natural sciences.
Autism BrainNet is working to digitize the Autism Celloidin Library, a unique collection of 28 celloidin-embedded, Nissl-stained brains from donors with and without autism spectrum disorder. The collection provides a unique resource for histological studies aimed at quantifying and characterizing changes in cell distribution, size and regional structure. Digitized images will be available to interested researchers upon request.
A number of presentations will be given by SFARI Investigators at Neuroscience 2021 (November 8–11).
Three SFARI Investigators (current and past) are among this year’s 100 newly elected members of the National Academy of Medicine.
SFARI is pleased to announce that it intends to award 11 grants in response to the 2021 Human Cognitive and Behavioral Science request for applications.
A recent study has uncovered new ASD inherited genetic risk variants. Over of the 50 percent of the genetic data used in the study came from SPARK.
A number of SFARI Investigators, collaborators and Simons Foundation scientists will present their latest research findings at the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) 2021 Virtual Meeting, which will be held October 18–22.
Zebrafish lines for autism risk genes DYNC1H1 and MEF2C have been recently added to SFARI resources to study autism spectrum disorder.
SFARI is pleased to announce that it intends to fund four grants in response to the Maternal COVID-19 as a Potential Risk for Autism: Supplemental Funding for Ongoing Pregnancy Cohorts request for applications.
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