INSAR 2019 Annual Meeting
INSAR, the International Society for Autism Research, provides scientific collaboration, mentorship, and education to better the lives of the individuals and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The INSAR annual scientific meeting convenes each spring, to exchange and disseminate the latest scientific findings among ASD scientists and their trainees from around the world.
IACC Member Presentations
The Use of Computer Vision Analysis for Early Autism Symptom Detection and Monitoring
Thursday, May 2, 10:30 a.m., Room: 517A
Sex Differences in Health Outcomes Among Adults with ASD
Friday, May 3, 10:55 a.m., Room: 517C
Presentations Featuring Work of IACC Members
Partners in School: A Parent-Teacher Consultation Model to Improve Consistency of Evidenced-Based Interventions across Home and School
Thursday, May 2, 10:30 a.m., Room: 517B
The Genetics of Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
Thursday, May 2, 1:30 p.m., Room: 516ABC
Does Adding Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction to Early Intervention Improve Caregiver Functioning?
Friday, May 3, 2:30 p.m., Room: 516ABC
Social Strengths of Autistic Girls: Sex Differences in Clinician-Rated and Parent-Reported Autistic Traits
Saturday, May 4, 1:55 p.m., Room: 517B
Conference attendees are welcome to stop by Booth #401 to learn more about OARC and the IACC. At the booth, attendees will have the opportunity to meet OARC staff, sign up for the IACC email list, and learn about how scientists and the public can get involved with IACC activities. Feel free to pick up copies of the IACC’s recently released publications and other informational materials that will be available, including:
Report to Congress On Activities Related to Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Disabilities
- Describes the efforts of 21 Federal departments and agencies involved in ASD research, services and supports between fiscal years 2014 and 2018.
- The information presented in this Report as well as documents prepared by the IACC summarize the state of federal efforts and may be used to inform planning of future federal ASD activities.
- Provides short, plain language summaries of the top 20 research articles selected by the IACC.
- The 20 selected articles address topics that span all 7 question areas of the 2016-2017 IACC Strategic Plan for ASD. Advances provided new insight into potential screening tools for ASD, the development of brain regions implicated in ASD symptomatology, and the prevalence of ASD in children.
|Agenda:||The INSAR Annual Meeting (formerly IMFAR) is an annual scientific meeting, convened each spring, to exchange and disseminate new scientific progress among ASD scientists and their trainees from around the world. The aims of the meeting are:
Palais des congres de Montreal
|Program Book:||Online Program|