The Autism Science Foundation regularly awards grants and fellowships to autism researchers studying a variety of issues aimed at finding solutions for people with autism.
One year pre-doctoral and post-doctoral, and two year post-undergraduate fellowships are available for qualified applicants interested in autism research. The foundations seeks proposals that seek an understanding of the biological mechanisms of brain development, promote earlier detection, develop new personalized treatment approaches, and improve the quality of life for those with autism.
All scientists funded through this mechanism will participate in ASF’s “Open Access Publications” program, through which peer-reviewed, published research funded by the Autism Science Foundation is made available to the public free of charge via PubMed through a collaboration between the Health Research Alliance, ASF, and the National Libraries of Medicine.
Please contact Lynn Wong if you are interested in applying to this opportunity.