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Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC)
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Office of Autism Research Coordination (OARC)
 

Question 2: Short-term Objective E

green dot 2SE. Launch three studies that target the underlying biological mechanisms of co-occurring conditions with autism, including seizures/epilepsy, sleep disorders, wandering/elopement behavior, and familial autoimmune disorders, by 2012. IACC Recommended Budget: $9,000,000 over 5 years.

Projects Found: 23
Total Funding: 3102820
Records
Project Title Funding Funding Institution

Project Title

PRECURSORS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANXIETY DISORDERS IN YOUNG CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
$0

Funding

0

Institution

University of North Carolina

Project Title

PRECURSORS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANXIETY DISORDERS IN YOUNG CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Duke University

Project Title

AUTISM AND OBESITY: CO-OCCURRING CONDITIONS OR DRUG SIDE EFFECTS?
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Children's Mercy Hospital

Project Title

Single-unit recordings in neurosurgical patients with autism
$0

Funding

0

Institution

California Institute of Technology

Project Title

CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS IN CHILDREN WITH ASD AND THEIR INFANT SIBLINGS
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Naval Medical Research Center

Project Title

PRECURSORS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANXIETY DISORDERS IN YOUNG CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Duke University

Project Title

IMAGING DEPRESSION IN ADULTS WITH ASD
$0

Funding

0

Institution

State University New York Stony Brook

Project Title

Early Life Seizures Disrupt Critical Period Plasticity
$2,237

Funding

2237

Institution

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Project Title

Relationship Between Subtypes of Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors and Sleep Disturbance in Autism Spectrum Disorder
$27,552

Funding

27552

Institution

Vanderbilt University

Project Title

Direct Recordings from the Brain in Autism
$60,000

Funding

60000

Institution

California Institute of Technology

 
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