Informational Webinar on the 2020 Predoctoral, Postdoctoral and Medical School Gap Year Fellowships Tomorrow

The Autism Science Foundation invites applications for its 2020 Pre- and Postdoctoral Training Awards from graduate students, medical students and postdoctoral fellows interested in pursuing careers in basic and clinical research relevant to autism spectrum disorders. The full Request for Applications can be found here.

We will hold an informational webinar regarding this RFA on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 12:00pm EST. The webinar will outline best practices for completing the application. Participation on the conference call is NOT required for application. Please register at the GoToWebinar link below:  



Day of Learning West Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets are selling out fast for our first west coast Day of Learning in San Francisco! 

Join us on October 17th at the City Club on San Francisco to hear leading scientists and entrepreneurs address critical issues in the autism community. Our featured TED-style talks will focus on  serving the adult community, bringing new interventions into schools, working with startup companies to build products for our families, and examining new evidence-based treatments.  

Click  HERE to reserve your spot today! (And save the date for our NYC Day of Learning on March 31, 2020)  

Join us for our Fifth Annual  Wall Street Rides FAR 

On Sunday, October 5th, bike riders, walkers, families and cheerleaders will be gathering at Saxon Woods Park in Westchester County, NY for the 5th annual  Wall Street Rides FAR  (For A utism Research). Join us for an amazing day of fun for the whole family.


There are beautiful, scenic routes for riders of all levels, including a short family friendly ride and 5K Family Trail Walk. Even non-experienced riders can participate! 
 
Register today by clicking HERE!

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Help us Improve Autism Research by Participating in the Autism EXPECT Survey 

Have you ever participated in an autism study? How was it? If you have never enrolled in a study, why not? We want to understand what drives people to participate and what makes them quit. Your feedback will help us help scientists develop better studies that are positive experiences for participants.
  
Click HERE to take the brief survey. All participants will be entered for the chance to win an iPad.

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