ASF Awards Undergraduate Research and IMFAR Travel
The Autism Science Foundation recently awarded Undergraduate Summer Research Grants to six outstanding college students who will spend the summer conducting autism research.
Read about their projects here.
ASF also issued five Travel Grants to attend the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) in San Francisco this May. This award supports stakeholders in the autism community
Autism Science Foundation is the only organization to provide funding to undergraduateresearchers at the earliest stages of their professional careers. These awards make it possible for students to devote time to studying and understanding autism, and has inspired them to continue their studies in ASD after they graduate. In addition, ASF is the only organization to provide travel fellowships for individuals with autism and families to attend IMFAR. These awards are two important ways that ASF accomplishes its goals to fund scientists and inform the public about autism.