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Question 2: Short-term Objective A

green dot 2SA. Support at least four research projects to identify mechanisms of fever, metabolic and/or immune system interactions with the central nervous system that may influence ASD during prenatal-postnatal life by 2010. IACC Recommended Budget: $9,800,000 over 4 years. (Fever studies to be started by 2012.)

Projects Found: 32
Total Funding: 3770160
Records
Project Title Funding Funding Institution

Project Title

Anti-Neuronal Autoantibodies against Bacterial Polysaccharides in Autism Spectrum Disorders
$100,000

Funding

100000

Institution

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Project Title

Mechanisms of synaptic alterations in a neuroinflammation model of autism
$0

Funding

0

Institution

University of Nebraska

Project Title

IL-1beta and IL1RAPL1: Gene-environment interactions regulating synapse density and function in ASD
$0

Funding

0

Institution

University of California, Davis

Project Title

ASD - Inflammatory Subtype: Molecular Mechanisms
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Rutgers University

Project Title

Roles of pro-inflammatory Th17 cells in autism
$249,872

Funding

249872

Institution

New York University

Project Title

Synergy between genetic risk and placental vulnerability to immune events
$125,306

Funding

125306

Institution

Stanford University

Project Title

GABRB3 and Placental Vulnerability in ASD
$582,482

Funding

582482

Institution

Stanford University

Project Title

Role of microglia and complement at developing synapses in ASD
$62,500

Funding

62500

Institution

Boston Children's Hospital

Project Title

The mechanism of the maternal infection risk factor for autism
$150,000

Funding

150000

Institution

California Institute of Technology

Project Title

Mitochondrial dysfunction due to aberrant mTOR-regulated mitophagy in autism
$183,568

Funding

183568

Institution

Columbia University

 
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