2018 Undergraduate Summer Research Grant Recipients
Ethan Gahr (top left), Evan Suzman (top right),
Christina Layton (bottom left), and Ryan Risgaard (bottom right).
Four grants have been awarded to promising undergraduates who will conduct research investigating early predictors of ASD symptoms, brain activity during sensory experiences, features of autism in family members, and development of new pharmacological therapies. These projects allow undergraduate researchers to contribute to scientifically important projects while gaining skills that will allow them to flourish as future autism researchers. You can learn more about the grant recipients and their projects from the official press release here.
For the first time, ASF's annual cycling event, Wall Street Rides FAR (For Autism Research), will include a 5K walk! Everyone can participate! Come out with your family and friends to support ASF-funded research and enjoy the fall foliage in beautiful Westchester County, NY on Saturday, October 13, 2018.
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