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.
SFARI is pleased to announce that it has selected six fellows in response to the 2021 Bridge to Independence Award request for applications.
Since launching in 2016, SPARK has driven scientific discovery in autism, building a cohort of over 280,000 individuals, including more than 100,000 children and adults with autism.
Researchers interested in requesting brain tissue from Autism BrainNet can now submit their applications through SFARI Base, SFARI’s clearinghouse for autism and autism-related research data and biospecimens.
SFARI is pleased to announce that it intends to fund five collaborative groups in response to the 2020 SFARI Collaboration on Sex Differences in Autism request for applications.
Three SFARI Investigators and the deputy director of Clinical Research Associates, LLC (an affiliate of the Simons Foundation) were recently appointed to serve on the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee.
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