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Providing core support for Jr. faculty for translational research in ASD  

The UCLA Center for Autism Research and Treatment has identified a need to expand infant research capabilities and to develop a program in electrophysiology. This grant will support hiring and providing an appropriate start-up package for a clinician scientist as a tenure-track faculty at UCLA and to develop resources to support research projects within the context of a specialized new biomedical research core center. This will enable expansion of early infant research and add expertise in electrophysiologic methods for the study of infants and young, minimally verbal children. This is especially important given that quantifiable, electrophysiologic brain phenotypes may help to understand some of the neurobiology and the heterogeneity in autism. Project Status
NEW

2009

Funder National Institutes of Health
Fiscal Year Funding $658,591.00
Project Number 1P30MH089901-01
Principal Investigator Geschwind, Daniel
Received ARRA Funding? Yes
Strategic Plan Question Question 7: What Other Infrastructure and Surveillance Needs Must Be Met? (Infrastructure)
Strategic Plan Objective New! Green dot: Objective has greater than or equal to the recommended funding. 7K. Encourage programs and funding mechanisms that expand the research workforce, enhance interdisciplinary research training, and recruit early career scientists into the ASD field by 2013. IACC Recommended Budget: $5,000,000 over 3 years.
Federal or Private? Federal
Institution University of California, Los Angeles
State/Country California
Web Link 1 Providing core support for Jr. faculty for translational research in ASD (External web link)
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New! History/Related Projects Providing core support for Jr. faculty for translational research in ASD | $678,816.00 | 2010 | 5P30MH089901-02