From research on suicide to mobile health participation, the IAN team and collaborators are presenting their research at scientific conferences in 2018.
From research on elopement to school services, IAN's project team and collaborators have presented their research at scientific conferences in 2017.
From research on mothers and grandparents to teens' difficulties with technology, IAN's project team and collaborators have presented their research at numerous scientific conferences in 2016.
To celebrate IAN's 10th birthday, Editorial and Community Director Cheryl Cohen looks back on the past ten years and the road to becoming the nation's participant-powered autism research network.
Members of IAN's project team and our collaborators have made numerous peer-reviewed presentations at scientific conferences. Select the links to download the presentations or posters.
There is a severe shortage of brain tissue for research. Because it has been so difficult for researchers to procure brain tissue without advance registration, It Takes Brains seeks to make the public aware of the promise of brain research and the critical need for people to register to donate brain tissue.
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About IAN Research Data
Please note: The IAN research registry closed on June 30, 2019. We are no longer enrolling participants or collecting new data. The de-identified data set is available to researchers on a limited basis. To inquire further, please contact IAN’s principal investigator, Dr. Paul Lipkin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2007, IAN offered a variety of services that helped researchers recruit people into more than 500 studies.
To help answer the research questions that so many researchers have, the Interactive Autism Network (IAN) provides a wide variety of services and tools for researchers.