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 6-12 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 by emailing MEGstudies@email.chop.edu.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Studies
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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 email@example.com.
The Lurie Family Foundations MEG Imaging Lab at CHOP are looking for minimally/nonverbal children with ASD and those with an intellectual or developmental delay without ASD who may or may not be minimally/nonverbal 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 and infants 4 to 18 months of age. The study involves two visits to CHOP. The first visit can last up to 2 to 5 hours (depending on Cohort group) and will involve neuropsychological/developmental testing. The second visit can last up to 2-3 hours depending on Cohort group and will consist of an MEG brain imaging scan. We will provide you with reimbursement for your time and parking. For more information please contact our study coordinator at 267-426-4914 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The goal of this study is to identify unique characteristics in the way kids and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) speak in comparison to typically developing peers. We are looking to partner with children and adolescents ages 6-17 with a confirmed diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and typically developing children and adolescents. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all study activities
Dr. William Gaetz. has partnered with pediatric neurologist, Dr. Eric Marsh and neuropsychologist, Dr. Lisa Blaskey to better understand Epilepsy in children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This study will use a non-invasive brain scanning technology as well as cognitive testing results to understand brain differences in children with Autism and Epilepsy. We hope that the information we get from this study will help children in the future who have ASD. For this research to be successful we need to work with male children with a diagnosis of ASD or ASD and Epilepsy who are 8 to 17 years of age. Families will be reimbursed for their time and have an opportunity to discus their child's cognitive testing results with our neuropsychologist post testing. Please contact our study staff at MEGstudies@email.chop.edu for more information.
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.
Parents and their child between 16 and 21 on the autism spectrum are both asked to partner with us for this study as we learn more about the decisions you make about transportation, including driving. We also hope to learn about how transportation influences quality of life and other outcomes. First, parents will answer questions about themselves and their child. Then, both parents and their child will complete up to six surveys over the course of two years. The surveys will ask about your thoughts and experiences with transportation and driving, quality of life, relationships, and other outcomes.
Thisstudy seeks to understand the key differences and similarities in braindevelopment between infants whose siblings do and do not have autism. Participantswill be asked to make 3 visits to CHOP over time to complete cognitive andbehavioral testing and a non-invasive MRI. Participants will be compensated fortheir time and receive a written feedback report.