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Early Signs and Biomarkers$21,333,738.17
Fiscal Year: 2010
  

Download 2010 Early Signs and Biomarkers projects (EXCEL)
Projects which use a variety of methods to search for signs of autism in very young children (generally under age 3) that could be used for diagnosis, such as eye-tracking, physiological measures, and autism-specific behavioral patterns are included in this subcategory. More examples include projects investigating metabolic measures, such as the levels of specific chemicals, hormones, or proteins in the blood that could be used as biomarkers of the disorder.
Graph: The four subcategories for research related to Question 1 (Diagnosis) illustrated a heavy focus on identifying Early signs and biomarkers for ASD. Characterizing Symptomology and developing Diagnostic and screening tools also received significant funding (24% and 20%, respectively). The smallest subcategory focused on identifying Intermediate phenotypes and subgroups of people with ASD (9%).
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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Prospective study of infants at high risk for autism Chawarska, Katarzyna Q1.L.A Yale University
ACE Center: Gaze perception abnormalities in infants with ASD Chawarska, Katarzyna Q1.L.A Yale University
Development of face processing in infants with autism spectrum disorders Chawarska, Katarzyna Q1.L.B Yale University
Early social and emotional development in toddlers at genetic risk for autism Campbell, Susan Q1.L.A University of Pittsburgh
Observational and electrophysiological assessments of temperament in infants at risk for autism spectrum disorders Burner, Karen Q1.L.A University of Washington
Video game environments for the integrative study of perception, attention and social cognition in autism and autism sibs Belmonte, Matthew Q1.L.B Cornell University
A prospective multi-system evaluation of infants at risk for autism Bauman, Margaret Q1.L.B Massachusetts General Hospital
Intersensory perception of social events: Typical and atypical development Bahrick, Lorraine Q1.L.C Florida International University
Biomarkers and diagnostics for ASD Bahn, Sabine Q1.S.A Institute of Biotechnology
Biomarkers for autism and for gastrointestinal and sleep problems in autism Anderson, George Q1.L.A Yale University
The development of selective attention in infancy as measured by eye movements Adler, Scott Q1.Other York University
The development of joint attention after infancy Adamson, Lauren Q1.L.C Georgia State University