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The IAN Project is Now Closed
The Interactive Autism Network (IAN) project is closed and is no longer accepting research participants. We encourage U.S. residents to join SPARK and others to join their local research registry. Learn more about these research opportunities. Thanks to all of the participants and researchers who did so much to advance autism knowledge.
Since 2007, the Interactive Autism Network (IAN) has brought together tens of thousands of families affected by autism spectrum disorders and researchers from around the world to advance autism research, interpret findings, and empower advocates.
IAN has received national and international recognition:
- CNN.com named the IAN Project one of the "10 sites worth checking out if your child has autism"
- O, The Oprah Magazine highlighted the IAN Project in "100 Things That Are Getting Better"
The IAN Project was formed to accelerate the pace of autism research by making it easier for researchers to find people affected by autism to participate in studies.