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Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC)
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Question 4: Short-term Objective B

green dot 4SB. Standardize and validate at least 20 model systems (e.g., cellular and/or animal) that replicate features of ASD and will allow identification of specific molecular targets or neural circuits amenable to existing or new interventions by 2012. IACC Recommended Budget: $75,000,000 over 5 years.

Projects Found: 102
Total Funding: 17006996
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Identifying high-impact therapeutic targets for autism spectrum disorders using rat models
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Mount Sinai School of Medicine

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Investigating the effects of chromosome 22q11.2 deletions
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Columbia University

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Rebuilding Inhibition in the Autistic Brain
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Brandeis University

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Preclinical testing of novel oxytocin receptor activators in models of autism phenotypes
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University of North Carolina

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Small-molecule compounds for treating autism spectrum disorders
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University of North Carolina

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Preclinical therapeutic target validation of glutamate receptors in Shank3 models of autism
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University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

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Neural and cognitive mechanisms of autism
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Testing brain overgrowth and synaptic models of autism using NPCs and neurons from patient-derived iPS cells
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University of California, San Francisco

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Testing brain overgrowth and synaptic models of autism using NPCs and neurons from patient-derived iPS cells
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Salk Institute for Biological Studies

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Preclinical testing of novel oxytocin receptor activators in models of autism phenotypes
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University of North Carolina

 
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