Autism Integrated Care Program Clinical Trials

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Sleep assessment using WatchPAT device

The goal of this research study is to see whether a device called WatchPAT can measure sleep and sleep problems in typically developing children and children with autism spectrum disorder, aged 5-17 years. The WatchPAT is worn overnight on the wrist (like a big watch) and has a thimble-like attachment and a sticker on two of the fingers.

What Do You Eat? An Online Study for Youth with ASD

The goal of this research study is to develop an online questionnaire about what youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) eat and how it impacts their daily lives. Youth (7-16 years) and their parent will complete a questionnaire about food and eating habits online. Parents will complete an additional child background and medical history questionnaire online. Participants will be paid for their time with an Amazon online gift card.

Research on Autism and Developmental Disorders (ROADD)

This research study will observe young children ages 18 months to 5 years to learn more about the differences in social cognition and brain function that may be present in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Young children between the ages of 18 months and 5 years of age may enroll. We need children who have been previously diagnosed with an ASD or may be at risk for an ASD as well as those who seem to be developing typically to take part. Children participating in the research study will receive diagnostic and developmental testing. Parents will receive a written feedback report from the evaluation, including recommendations for treatment.

Autism Language Study

The Lurie Family Foundations MEG Imaging Lab at CHOP are looking for Healthy Children and those with an Autism Spectrum disorder for a study on how the brain works. We are looking for both male and female children between the ages of 8-12 years old. We will provide you with reimbursement for your time and parking will be at no cost. For more information please contact our study coordinator Leah Gaetz at 267-426-4914 or MEGSTUDIES@email.chop.edu.

SPARK: Simons Foundation Powering Autism Research for Knowledge

The mission of SPARK is to ignite research at an unprecedented scale to improve lives by advancing our understanding of autism. To join this national autism research cohort, individuals with a professional diagnosis of autism and their biological family members will be asked to share information about their medical and family history, as well as provide a DNA sample. Please contact the Center for Autism Research for more information at 1-866-570-6524 or autism@email.chop.edu.

Brain Imaging Study of Minimally-Verbal/Nonverbal Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Children with Developmental/Intellectual Disability

The Lurie Family Foundations MEG Imaging Lab at CHOP are looking for minimally/nonverbal ASD children and those with intellectual or developmental delayed without ASD for a study on how the brain works. We are looking for both male and female children between the ages of 8-12 years old. The study involves two visits to CHOP. The first visit can last up to 4 hours and will involve neuropsychological testing. The second visit can last up to 6 hours and will consist of MEG brain imaging scan. We will provide you with reimbursement for your time and parking. For more information please contact our study coordinator Virginia Burleson at 267-426-6373 or burlesonv@email.chop.edu.

Motor Synchrony Study

We are looking for healthy males aged 8-21 with or without ASD to play dance videogames for an autism research study. Playing the games will help us learn more about movement and coordination. Participants are asked to make 8 study visits over 8 weeks. Compensation will be provided.

Motor behavior in ASD

Children and adults with and without ASD are invited to participate in a study at the Center for Autism Research. Study participation involves a visit to our center during which you or your child will complete activities related to motor behavior. You may also be asked to complete intelligence (IQ) and diagnostic testing. The total time commitment for this study is between three and four hours, and can be completed in a single visit. You will be compensated for your time.

How the Brain Processes Information in Males

The Lurie Family Foundations MEG Imaging Lab at CHOP are looking for Healthy Children and those with an Autism Spectrum disorder for a study on how the brain works. We are looking for male children and adolescents between the ages of 6-17 years old. We will provide you with reimbursement for your time and parking will be at no cost. For more information please contact our study coordinator Virginia Burleson at 267-426-6373 or BURLESONV@email.chop.edu .

Teen Study on Brain Function

The Lurie Family Foundations MEG Imaging Lab at CHOP are looking for Healthy Typically Children and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for a study on how the brain works. We are looking for male and female children between the ages of 11 years 8 months-16 years 11 months. We will provide you with reimbursement for your time. Parking will be at no cost. For more information please contact our study coordinator Leah Gaetz at 267-426-4914 or gaetzl@email.chop.edu.


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