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Research Workforce Development$6,089,050.00
Fiscal Year: 2010

Download 2010 Research Workforce Development projects (EXCEL)
Workshops, conferences, and training programs that serve to expand the research workforce, enhance interdisciplinary research training, and recruit early-career scientists into the ASD field are included in this subcategory.
The subcategories in Question 7 cover a broad range of research areas, and funding was largely evenly distributed. Research infrastructure received 26% of the funding in Question 7, followed by Data tools with 17%. Biobanks and Surveillance and prevalence studies each received 15% of funding, Research recruitment and clinical care received 14% of funding, and Research workforce development received 12%.
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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Post-doctoral training in special education research Odom, Samuel Q7.K University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Preparation of leadership personnel to serve infants, toddlers, children, and youth with autism Wetherby, Amy Q7.K Florida State University
Preparing SLPs, OTs, early childhood special educators, and developmental psychologists for leadership roles in teaching, research, and service focused on young children with autism and their families Crais, Elizabeth Q7.K University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Preparing tomorrow's school psychology faculty to meet the needs of children with disabilities using evidence-based practices Clark, Elaine Q7.K University of Utah
Project STARS: Systematic Training for Autism Researchers and School Personnel Mehta, Smita Q7.K University of North Texas
Providing core support for Jr. faculty for translational research in ASD Geschwind, Daniel Q7.K University of California, Los Angeles
Recruiting and preparing highly qualified special educators Dieker, Lisa Q7.K University of Central Florida
Synapses: Formation, Function and Misfunction Robertson, Andrew Q7.K Keystone Symposia
Towards defining the pathophysiology of autistic behavior Robertson, Andrew Q7.K Keystone Symposia