Research by Topic: IMFAR

Podcast: The IMFAR wrap-up titled “Heterogeneity in autism: we aren’t going to take it anymore”

Published May 15, 2017

This week’s International Meeting for Autism Research was filled with important presentations on the multiple causes of autism, interventions, diagnosis, neurobiology, services, family and self-advocate perspectives; the list goes on and on. There is a great recap on Spectrum (click here). An underlying theme ran through the presentations: that is, that the previous “well, we […]

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ASF Grantees and Fellows Present Research at IMFAR

Published May 10, 2017

Autism Science Foundation grantees and fellows will be giving several presentations throughout the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) in San Francisco this week. If you will be at IMFAR, see details below so you can attend their presentations. If not, see below anyway to learn about the great work ASF grantees and fellows are […]

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Highlights from the International Meeting for Autism Research

Published May 19, 2016

Last week, over 2000 autism researchers convened in Baltimore, Maryland for the largest meeting in the world dedicated to sharing the latest information in autism research.  This week’s podcast summarizes some of the meeting, with help from the ASF travel awardees.  The topics ranged from causes (genetic and environmental) to interventions in real-world settings to […]

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Takeaways from IMFAR 2014

Published May 22, 2014 in Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative

Top three takeaways from IMFAR 2014: autism is growing up, the future looks promising, and scientists are getting social.

http://sfari.org/sfari-community/community-blog/2014/takeaways-from-imfar-2014/

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