Autism Science Foundation Presents

9th Annual Day of Learning

March 30, 2022

Location: New York Athletic Club and online

Since 2014, the Autism Science Foundation has produced the autism community’s most popular science conferences designed specifically for families, individuals with autism, autism advocates and young scientific investigators. ASF’s Days of Learning are TED-style science conferences that bring top researchers together with autism stakeholders to share cutting-edge research findings and to discuss the issues that matter most to our families. These events take place in person and online.
ASF is grateful to our dedicated sponsors for supporting the Day of Learning.
View the 2022 Day of Learning Virtual Information Table here.
View the 2022 Day of Learning Bio Book here.

Videos from the 9th Day of Learning Now Available

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Shaping New Federal Priorities for Autism Research. Services and Policy

Dr. Susan Daniels – Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee

Behind the Numbers: What Do the New CDC Autism Data Mean?

Dr. Matthew Maenner – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Understanding the Biological Bases for Sex Differences in ASD: Novel Research Approaches

Dr. Brigitta Gundersen – Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative

Using Mobile Technology to Help Families Detect Autism Earlier and Improve Outcomes

Dr. Amy Wetherby – Autism Institute. Florida State University

Measuring the Impact of Leisure Activities on Quality of Life in Autism: What Do the Data Show?

Dr. Zoe Hawks – Harvard Medical School

Building Skills Through Tennis: ACEing Autism

Richard Spurling – ACEing Autism

How Music Has Enriched Mv Life

Tom Bak – College Student and Musician