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Question 2: Other  

$55,114,887.93
Fiscal Year: 2010

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Download 2010 Question 2: Other projects (EXCEL)
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Project Title Principal Investigator Institution
Young development of a novel PET ligand for detecting oxytocin receptors in brain Young, Larry Emory University
White matter structural deficits in high functioning children with autism Bregman, Joel Feinstein Institute For Medical Research
Visuospatial processing in adults and children with autism Just, Marcel Carnegie Mellon University
Visual perspective-taking and the acquisition of American Sign Language by deaf children with autism Shield, Aaron University of Texas at Austin
Using genetically modified mice to explore the neuronal network involved in social recognition Wagner, Schlomo Haifa University
Using functional physiology to uncover the fundamental principles of visual cortex Tarr, Michael Carnegie Mellon University
Understanding perception and action in autism Bastian, Amy Kennedy Krieger Institute
Ube3a requirements for structural plasticity of synapses McCoy, Portia Univ of North Carolina
Towards an endophenotype for amygdala dysfunction Adolphs, Ralph California Institute of Technology
Time perception and timed performance in autism Allman, Melissa Kennedy Krieger Institute
The role of FOX-1 in neurodevelopment and autistic spectrum disorder Fogel, Brent University of California, Los Angeles
The role of CNTNAP2 in embryonic neural stem cell regulation Gaiano, Nicholas Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
The neural substrates of social interactions Gupta, Rupa University of Iowa
The neural substrates of repetitive behaviors in autism Dominick, Kelli Boston University Medical Campus
The neural correlates of transient and sustained executive control in children with autism spectrum disorder Christ, Shawn University of Missouri
The neural basis of social cognition Puce, Aina Indiana University
The neural basis of early action perception Sommerville, Jessica University of Washington
The microstructural basis of abnormal connectivity in autism Lainhart, Janet University of Utah
The mechanism and significance of Evf ncRNA regulation of the DLX genes Kohtz, Jhumku Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago
The integration of interneurons into cortical microcircuits Fishell, Gordon New York University School of Medicine
The effects of Npas4 and Sema4D on inhibitory synapse formation Greenberg, Michael Children's Hospital Boston
The development of object representation in infancy Oakes, Lisa University of California, Davis
The development of face processing Nelson, Charles Children's Hospital Boston
The cognitive neuroscience of autism spectrum disorders Martin, Alex National Institutes of Health
Testing the effects of cortical disconnection in non-human primates Krauzlis, Richard The Salk Institute for Biological Studies