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

Question 1: Long-term Objective A

green dot 1LA. Identify behavioral and biological markers that separately, or in combination, accurately identify, before age 2, one or more subtypes of children at risk for developing ASD by 2014. IACC Recommended Budget: $33,300,000 over 5 years.

Projects Found: 43
Total Funding: 16465034
Records
Project Title Funding Funding Institution

Project Title

Neurophysiological indices of risk and outcome in autism
$0

Funding

0

Institution

University of Washington

Project Title

Identifying gastrointestinal (GI) conditions in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
$127,500

Funding

127500

Institution

Harvard Medical School

Project Title

Clinical and gene signatures of ASDs
$61,000

Funding

61000

Institution

University of British Columbia

Project Title

Temporal coordination of social communicative behaviors in infant siblings of children with autism
$28,000

Funding

28000

Institution

University of Pittsburgh

Project Title

Mitochondria and autism
$363,400

Funding

363400

Institution

University of California, Irvine; University of California, San Diego

Project Title

The genetic link between autism and structural cerebellar malformations
$31,750

Funding

31750

Institution

University of Chicago

Project Title

Biomarkers for autism and for gastrointestinal and sleep problems in autism
$472,129

Funding

472129

Institution

Yale University

Project Title

Abnormal vestibulo-ocular reflexes in autism: A potential endophenotype
$510,142

Funding

510142

Institution

University of Florida

Project Title

Placental vascular tree as biomarker of autism/ASD risk
$483,029

Funding

483029

Institution

Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.

Project Title

Multiplexed suspension arrays to investigate newborn and childhood blood samples for potential immune biomarkers of autism
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

 
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