The FSU Autism Institute was established to coordinate and promote research, education and service related to autism spectrum disorders. The specific aims of the Autism Institute are:
- to promote interdisciplinary research that advances scientific knowledge of autism spectrum disorders;
- to bridge the gap between scientific knowledge and clinical/educational practice;
- to build the capacity of primary care and other service providers, educators, employers, family members, and individuals with autism spectrum disorders to improve outcomes through research and training; and
- to maximize the use of innovative video and computer information technology in research, education, and service related to autism spectrum disorders.
The Autism Institute at the Florida State University College of Medicine is part of a new $8.3 million study to measure risk and resilience factors for autism in infants and…
SMART TECHNOLOGY HELPS DOCTORS SPOT AUTISM EARLIER — $2.5 Million NIH Grant Latest Success for Autism Institute at FSU College of Medicine
Someday your doctor may be able to examine your infant, notice a telltale physical characteristic and say, “Your child has autism – but we’ve caught it early, so don’t worry.”