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December 2019

Seeking families who have both boy and girl siblings diagnosed with ASD- Research Opportunity

December 8
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 8 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Autism Research Institute are investigating whether the reason why boys are more affected than girls is related to differences in intestinal bacteria. We are seeking families to participate in this study who have both boy and girl siblings with autism. Both siblings must have autism. These families will be mailed stool kits with instructions and will be asked to collect samples. A brief medical history will be taken. For additional information,…

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Siblings needed for research study: Why are boys more likely to have an autism spectrum disorder?

December 15
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 15 of the month, repeating until December 31, 2019

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Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Autism Research Institute are investigating whether the reason why boys are more affected than girls is related to differences in intestinal bacteria. We are seeking families to participate in this study who have boy and girl siblings with autism. These families will be mailed stool kits with instructions and will be asked to collect samples. A brief medical history will be taken. For additional information, please contact Harland Winter, MD at…

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Join SPARK: Igniting Autism Research, Improving Lives

December 23
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 23 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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What is SPARK? We are a growing community of individuals, families, and researchers on a mission to speed up the understanding of autism. Our aims are to: Collect DNA and information through surveys from 50,000 people with autism and both of their parents. Share that data with qualified researchers. Make breakthroughs that were never before possible. Return our findings to you. WHY JOIN? Your DNA could hold the answer that sparks the next genetic discovery for autism. The more families…

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January 2020

Seeking families who have both boy and girl siblings diagnosed with ASD- Research Opportunity

January 8, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 8 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Autism Research Institute are investigating whether the reason why boys are more affected than girls is related to differences in intestinal bacteria. We are seeking families to participate in this study who have both boy and girl siblings with autism. Both siblings must have autism. These families will be mailed stool kits with instructions and will be asked to collect samples. A brief medical history will be taken. For additional information,…

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Join SPARK: Igniting Autism Research, Improving Lives

January 23, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 23 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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What is SPARK? We are a growing community of individuals, families, and researchers on a mission to speed up the understanding of autism. Our aims are to: Collect DNA and information through surveys from 50,000 people with autism and both of their parents. Share that data with qualified researchers. Make breakthroughs that were never before possible. Return our findings to you. WHY JOIN? Your DNA could hold the answer that sparks the next genetic discovery for autism. The more families…

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February 2020

Seeking families who have both boy and girl siblings diagnosed with ASD- Research Opportunity

February 8, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 8 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Autism Research Institute are investigating whether the reason why boys are more affected than girls is related to differences in intestinal bacteria. We are seeking families to participate in this study who have both boy and girl siblings with autism. Both siblings must have autism. These families will be mailed stool kits with instructions and will be asked to collect samples. A brief medical history will be taken. For additional information,…

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Join SPARK: Igniting Autism Research, Improving Lives

February 23, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 23 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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What is SPARK? We are a growing community of individuals, families, and researchers on a mission to speed up the understanding of autism. Our aims are to: Collect DNA and information through surveys from 50,000 people with autism and both of their parents. Share that data with qualified researchers. Make breakthroughs that were never before possible. Return our findings to you. WHY JOIN? Your DNA could hold the answer that sparks the next genetic discovery for autism. The more families…

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March 2020

Seeking families who have both boy and girl siblings diagnosed with ASD- Research Opportunity

March 8, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 8 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Autism Research Institute are investigating whether the reason why boys are more affected than girls is related to differences in intestinal bacteria. We are seeking families to participate in this study who have both boy and girl siblings with autism. Both siblings must have autism. These families will be mailed stool kits with instructions and will be asked to collect samples. A brief medical history will be taken. For additional information,…

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Join SPARK: Igniting Autism Research, Improving Lives

March 23, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 23 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Free

What is SPARK? We are a growing community of individuals, families, and researchers on a mission to speed up the understanding of autism. Our aims are to: Collect DNA and information through surveys from 50,000 people with autism and both of their parents. Share that data with qualified researchers. Make breakthroughs that were never before possible. Return our findings to you. WHY JOIN? Your DNA could hold the answer that sparks the next genetic discovery for autism. The more families…

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April 2020

Seeking families who have both boy and girl siblings diagnosed with ASD- Research Opportunity

April 8, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 8 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Autism Research Institute are investigating whether the reason why boys are more affected than girls is related to differences in intestinal bacteria. We are seeking families to participate in this study who have both boy and girl siblings with autism. Both siblings must have autism. These families will be mailed stool kits with instructions and will be asked to collect samples. A brief medical history will be taken. For additional information,…

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Join SPARK: Igniting Autism Research, Improving Lives

April 23, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 23 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Free

What is SPARK? We are a growing community of individuals, families, and researchers on a mission to speed up the understanding of autism. Our aims are to: Collect DNA and information through surveys from 50,000 people with autism and both of their parents. Share that data with qualified researchers. Make breakthroughs that were never before possible. Return our findings to you. WHY JOIN? Your DNA could hold the answer that sparks the next genetic discovery for autism. The more families…

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May 2020

Seeking families who have both boy and girl siblings diagnosed with ASD- Research Opportunity

May 8, 2020
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An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 8 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Autism Research Institute are investigating whether the reason why boys are more affected than girls is related to differences in intestinal bacteria. We are seeking families to participate in this study who have both boy and girl siblings with autism. Both siblings must have autism. These families will be mailed stool kits with instructions and will be asked to collect samples. A brief medical history will be taken. For additional information,…

Find out more »

Join SPARK: Igniting Autism Research, Improving Lives

May 23, 2020
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 12:00 am on day 23 of the month, repeating until May 31, 2020

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Free

What is SPARK? We are a growing community of individuals, families, and researchers on a mission to speed up the understanding of autism. Our aims are to: Collect DNA and information through surveys from 50,000 people with autism and both of their parents. Share that data with qualified researchers. Make breakthroughs that were never before possible. Return our findings to you. WHY JOIN? Your DNA could hold the answer that sparks the next genetic discovery for autism. The more families…

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