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Autistic Pride Day, June 18

Michigan State University has established the Research in Autism, Intellectual and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (RAIND) initiative to bring together a wide variety of multidisciplinary research already being pursued by more than 90 researchers and numerous post-doctoral associates across campus – from education and human medicine, to the social sciences and clinical research.

Watch recent videos and faculty presentations about Michigan State University research projects in autism and intellectual and neurodevelopmental disabilities here.

MSU’s autism initiative also incorporates the university’s work as a founding partner in the DOCTRID (Daughters of Charity Research into Disability) Research Institute on autism and intellectual disability, a coalition of 12 Irish universities, MSU, UMass Medical School, and the Daughters of Charity Service in Dublin Ireland.

Here are some recent stories about MSU’s ongoing research in autism…

MSU Researchers Find Target for Reducing Autism Symptoms

Can Telehealth Fill Gap in Autism Services?

Update on MDHHS-Funded Autism Program

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