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Question 3: Objective 2  

$4,065,391.77
Fiscal Year: 2008

Yellow dot: Objective has some degree of funding, but less than the recommended amount.3.2 Coordinate and implement the inclusion of approximately 20,000 subjects for genome-wide association studies, as well as a sample of 1,200 for sequencing studies to examine more than 50 candidate genes by 2011. IACC Recommended Budget: $43,700,000 over 4 years.

Download 2008 Question 3: Objective 2 projects (EXCEL)
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Project Title Principal Investigator Institution
Family recruitment network - 1 Caronna, Elizabeth Boston Medical Center
Family recruitment network - 2 Demmer, Laurie Tufts Medical Center
Family recruitment network - 4 Holm, Ingrid Boston Children's Hospital
Genomic analyses of autism spectrum disorders Hu, Valerie George Washington University
RNA expression patterns in autism Kunkel, Louis Boston Children's Hospital
Relevance of NPAS1/3 balance to autism and schizophrenia McKnight, Steven University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Genome-wide association study of autism characterized by developmental regression Molloy, Cynthia Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Genome-wide association study of autism Molloy, Cynthia Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Immune system function role in autism Molloy, Cynthia Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Family recruitment network - 3 Neumeyer, Ann Massachusetts General Hospital
Molecular and genetic epidemiology of autism Pericak-Vance, Margaret University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Role of TSC/mTOR signaling pathway in autism and autism spectrum disorders Ramesh, Vijaya Massachusetts General Hospital
Family recruitment network - 5 Santangelo, Susan Massachusetts General Hospital
Comprehensive genetic variation detection to definitively assess the role of the X chromosome in autism Warren, Stephen Emory University