- About ASF
- What is Autism?
- How Common is Autism?
- Early Signs of Autism
- Autism Diagnosis
- Following a Diagnosis
- Treatment Options
- Beware of Non-Evidence-Based Treatments
- Statement on Use of Medical Marijuana for People with Autism
- Autism and Vaccines
- Autism Science
- Quick Facts About Autism
- What We Fund
- Apply for a Fellowship
- Apply for a Research Accelerator Grant
- Apply for an Undergraduate Summer Research Grant
- Funding Calendar
- ASF Funded Research
- Where Are They Now?
- ASF Supported Findings
- Autism Sisters Project
- Baby Siblings Research Consortium
- Get Involved
- Day of Learning
- Year End Summaries
- Contact Us
Standard forms & templates
Click here for a sample grant contract. Fellowship and grant recipients will receive a unique version of this contract upon acceptance of an ASF award.
Click here for the progress report template. For fellows, this report is due five months after your project starts so it can be reviewed and you can receive feedback and the second installment of your grant.
Click here for the final report template for fellows.
Click here for the final report template for accelerator grant recipients.
Click here for the final report template for undergraduate grantees.
This report is due one month after your project ends.
Click here for the no cost extension template. ASF occasionally allows a one time no cost extension request for up to six months. This form MUST be submitted at least one month prior to the end of your grant period.
ASF encourages fellows to deposit publications in PubMed Central. Autism Science Foundation strongly recommends that awardees deposit journal articles into PubMed Central (PMC) to make them freely available to the community as soon as possible. ASF has adopted the procedures established by the Health Research Alliance (HRA) which has partnered with the National Library of Medicine (NLM) to enable HRA member-funded awardees to deposit their publications into PMC with an embargo no longer than 12 months. The first step involves linking award information to the awardee profile in the HRA Open system.