The following research studies are not sponsored by the Autism Society Central Virginia. They are provided for informational purposes and should not necessarily be considered an endorsement by the ASCV. Please click on the blue link below to find out more about each research study.
- Old Dominion University Research Study on the Quality of Life for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Examining the Special Interest Areas of Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder with Co-Principal Investigators at University of North Carolina at Charlotte and at the University of Kansas
- Emory University Research Study on How Adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or Anxiety Disorder Diagnosis Experience Pain
- Virginia Tech Seeking Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder Who Have Experienced Trauma and their Caregivers for Virtual Intervention Research Study
- Loyola University Chicago Research Study on Understanding Physical Activity Habits in Adults with or without Autism Spectrum Disorder
- George Washington University Research Study on Workplace and Interview Disclosure Strategies for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Drexel Autism Institute Research Study on Employment Supports for Young Adults with ASD
- University of Notre Dame Research Study on Improving Families’ Conflict and Communication Strategies
- TCU Families, Autism, and Child Emotion Studies (FACES) Lab Research Study on Black Parent’s Experience with Autism- please email [email protected] for a personalized link to the study
- The Ohio State University Research Study on Adults with Autism Reading and Writing Experience
- LaSalle University Research Study Camouflaging and Quality of Life in Autistic Adults
- University of Virginia Research Study on Parent-Child Brain Synchrony in Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Virginia Tech Research Study on Telehealth Support for Parents of Children with Autism. Please email [email protected] for more information.
- Virginia Tech Research Study on Adolescents with ADHD. Please email [email protected] for more information.
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