Online Project Promotes Autism Research Parents of children with autism are often part of online communities. Researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore have set up an online registry to involve families in research efforts.
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Online Project Promotes Autism Research

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Online Project Promotes Autism Research

Online Project Promotes Autism Research

Online Project Promotes Autism Research

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Parents of children with autism are often part of online communities. Researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore have set up an online registry to involve families in research efforts. They've set up an online registry that allows people to provide data on autistic children.