Expanding Our Understanding of Symptoms Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder & Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

We are looking for adults aged 25 years or older (or the legal wards of adults who fit those criteria) to take part in an online survey study investigating a range of symptoms in the Autism Spectrum, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and the general population. We are interested in any adults aged 25 or older who are willing to take part.

This study is IRB-approved through the Greenville Health System (GHS) in South Carolina. Its purpose is to better understand a range of some of the medical conditions that may affect people with an Autism Spectrum Condition and/or Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and how they may differ from the general population.

If you are an adult 25 years of age or older and would like to take part in this study, please follow the link below to get started:


If you have any questions, please email Dr. Emily Casanova at ecasanova@ghs.org.

There are minimal risks involved by taking part in this study and you will not be compensated for your time. However, you will be helping scientists better understand some of the medical issues that affect these two subpopulations, which may ultimately lead to improved treatment interventions and better quality of life for those on the autism and Ehlers-Danlos spectrums.

Thank you.

Emily L. Casanova, PhD

Dept. Biomedical Sciences

University of South Carolina Greenville Medical School

Greenville Health System

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