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

Neuropathology

Projects Found: 23
Total Funding: 7946832
Records
Project Title Funding Funding Strategic Plan Objective Institution

Project Title

Atypical architecture of prefrontal cortex in young children with autism
$0

Funding

0

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.Other

Institution

University of California, San Diego

Project Title

Addressing challenges to post-mortem tissue donation in families affected with autism
$0

Funding

0

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.S.C

Institution

Autism Science Foundation

Project Title

White matter glial pathology in autism
$0

Funding

0

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.Other

Institution

East Tennessee State University

Project Title

Contribution of cerebellar CNTNAP2 to autism in a mouse model
$0

Funding

0

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.Other

Institution

University of Oxford

Project Title

A system-level approach for discovery of phenotype specific genetic variation in ASD
$0

Funding

0

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.S.G

Institution

Hebrew University

Project Title

Neuropathology of the Shank3 mouse model for autism
$0

Funding

0

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.S.D

Institution

University of Louisville

Project Title

Transcriptional Regulators in Normal Human Brain Development and Autism
$21,100

Funding

21100

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.Other

Institution

University of California, Los Angeles

Project Title

Understanding the Genetic Architecture of Rett Syndrome - an Autism Spectrum Disorder
$30,000

Funding

30000

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.S.D

Institution

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Project Title

Axonal Ultrastructure of Temporal White Matter in Autism
$78,250

Funding

78250

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.Other

Institution

University of California, Davis

Project Title

Building awareness of the value of brain tissue donation for autism research
$90,165

Funding

90165

Strategic Plan Objective

Q2.S.C

Institution

Autism Science Foundation

 
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