The Alan B. Slifka Foundation seeks to promote innovative research on autism spectrum disorders conducted by junior investigators. The purpose of the award is to lead to novel treatments and improvements in the quality of life of individuals with autism. The award was introduced in 2010. The Alan B. Slifka Foundation seeks to promote innovative research on autism spectrum disorder that will lead to novel treatments and improvements in the quality of life of individuals with autism, as well as novel discoveries regarding the basic science of autism. The Foundation wishes to partner with INSAR in honoring the most meritorious and innovative research ideas of junior investigators.
|2019|| Sarah Cassidy|
|2017|| Meng-Chuan Lai|
|2016|| Klaus Libertus|
|2015|| Oleksandr Shcheglovitov|
|2014|| Basic Science: Adam Naples ||Clinical: Rosa Hoekstra|
|2013|| Basic Science: Lucina Uddin ||Clinical: Dennis Wall|
|2012 || Basic Science: Carissa Cascio ||Clinical: Carla Mazefsky|
|2011|| Basic Science:Judy Van De Water (Braunschweig) ||Clinical: Alicia Hall|
Basic Science: Jeffrey Hutsler (T. Avino)
|Clinical: Rhea Paul|
2020 Slifka / Ritvo Innovation in Autism Research Award - Call for Applications
Questions: Direct any questions about the Slifka Award process to Jennifer Gentry (firstname.lastname@example.org).