The International Society for Autism Research is hosting a free series of six online seminars, focusing on issues related to culture and diversity in autism research.

The seminars will run Thursdays from July 13th to August 24th (excluding July 20th), covering topics such as autism in low-resource settings, adaptation of assessments or intervention for diverse communities, and biomarker findings across the autism spectrum in diverse samples.

The presentations are designed for students, post-doctoral fellows, other early-career investigators, stakeholders, and families interested in autism research. Clinicians and established researchers would like a snapshot of the current state of science in topics outside their area of expertise may also find these sessions of value.

Please note: You do not have to be a member of INSAR to attend, but you do need to have a profile in which your registration is processed. If you do not have a profile in our system, please see these INSTRUCTIONS to Create A Profile, then Register for Summer Institute.

Session Listing – Register for one or all of these fascinating seminars!

Session 2:  Ethics and Participation in Autism Research
Presenter: Elizabeth Pellicano; Ari Ne’eman
Date: 27 July 2017
Time: 10:00 am EDT
Course Materials Now Available

Session 3: Cross Cultural Views of ASD – An Anthropological Perspective
Presenter:  Roy Richard Grinker
Date: 3 August 2017
Time: 11:00 am EDT

Session 4: Autism and Bilingualism: What Do We Know? What Do We Need to Know?
Presenter: Sue Fletcher-Watson
Date: 10 August 2017
10:00 am EDT

Session 5: Structural Inequalities in ASD Diagnosis and Services at the Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender
Presenter: Jennifer Singh
Date: 17 August 2017
Time: 1:00 pm EDT

Session 6: A presentation on topics related to autism research in India, particularly epidemiological aspects and the development of screening and diagnostic tools. Title: TBD
Presenter: Nidhi Singhal
Date: 24 August 2017
Time: 12:00 pm EDT

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  1. I am not sure. I think the new movement for INSAR and Autism Speaks is to go with the big names and try to blend in regardless of personal beliefs. Otherwise, the elected officials at INSAR may be completely out of touch with reality.

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