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Question 2: Short-term Objective A  

$4,972,407.28
Fiscal Year: 2010

Green dot: Objective has greater than or equal to the recommended funding.2SA. Support at least four research projects to identify mechanisms of fever, metabolic and/or immune system interactions with the central nervous system that may influence ASD during prenatal-postnatal life by 2010. IACC Recommended Budget: $9,800,000 over 4 years. (Fever studies to be started by 2012.)

Download 2010 Question 2: Short-term Objective A projects (EXCEL)
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Project Title Principal Investigator Institution
Redox abnormalities as a vulnerability phenotype for autism and related alterations in CNS development Hepel, Maria State University of New York at Potsdam
Is autism a mitochondrial disease? Giulivi, Cecilia University of California, Davis
A role for immune molecules in cortical connectivity: Potential implications for autism Elmer, Bradford University of California, Davis
The pathogenesis of autism: Maternal antibody exposure in the fetal brain Diamond, Betty The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research
Study of anti-neuronal autoantibodies in behavioral and movement disorders Cunningham, Madeleine University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Early biologic markers for autism Croen, Lisa Kaiser Permanente Division of Research
CNS toxicity of ambient air pollution: Postnatal exposure to ultrafine particles Cory-Slechta, Deborah University of Rochester
An ex-vivo placental perfusion system to study materno-fetal biology Bonnin, Alexandre University of Southern California
Primate models of autism Bauman, Melissa; Amaral, David University of California, Davis
Primate models of autism Bauman, Melissa University of California, Davis
Molecular pathways involved in oxidative stress and leaky gut impairment in autism spectrum disorders Antonucci, Nicola University of Naples
Systematic characterization of the immune response to gluten and casein in autism spectrum disorders Alaedini, Armin Weill Cornell Medical College