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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
Brain-behavior growth charts of altered social engagement in ASD infants Klin, Ami Q1.L.A Yale University
Perceptual factors affecting social attention in autism spectrum disorders Macari, Suzanne Q1.L.B Yale University
Performance indices of social disability in toddlers with autism (supplement) Klin, Ami Q1.L.B Yale University
Performance indices of social disability in toddlers with autism Klin, Ami Q1.L.B Yale University
ACE Center: Eye-tracking studies of social engagement Klin, Ami Q1.L.B Yale University
Perception of social and physical contingencies in infants with ASD Klin, Ami Q1.L.B Yale University
Extraction of functional subnetworks in autism using multimodal MRI Duncan, James; Syaib, Lawrence; Pelphrey, Kevin Q1.L.B Yale University
Development of face processing in infants with autism spectrum disorders Chawarska, Katarzyna Q1.L.B Yale University
Developmental social neuroscience in infants at-risk for autism McPartland, James Q1.L.C Yale University
ACE Center: Auditory mechanisms of social engagement Paul, Rhea Q1.Other Yale University
Connectivity in social brain systems in autism McPartland, James Q1.Other Yale University
The development of selective attention in infancy as measured by eye movements Adler, Scott Q1.Other York University