The Autism Science Foundation offered me an undergraduate summer research grant, with which I was able to conduct autism-related research this summer. This experience gave me the exciting opportunity to work one-on-one with a qualified researcher in the field, and it helped me develop a skill set suited for a future in neurodevelopmental research. It has been wonderful working with the Autism Science Foundation, and I would love to do it again.
When our son was diagnosed with autism, we were desperate for sound, credible, research-supported answers.
Autism Science Foundation was the source of information we needed to make responsible treatment planning decisions.
The Autism Science Foundation is one of the most genuine organizations I know. Their ongoing commitment to their mission is inspiring to me.
I have worked with Autism Science Foundation on several projects and they are extremely knowledgeable, professional, absolutely 100% on top of autism research, and paving the way for new advances. They are also passionately committed to engaging with the broader autism community, for example, the Day of Learning and the wonderful ASF podcast. This nonprofit punches way above its weight, and is one of the most impressive organizations in autism today.
I work with the Chief Science Officer mostly and see the organization as a rare pure biomedical research global effort. The mission is still to support cutting edge autism research and provide educational media. Enhancements to the website really contribute to the latter goal. ASF fills an important niche as one of few (the only?) such organization for autism.
The Autism Science Foundation is committed to funding science which is what will help peoplewith autism in the long run. Every year they have funded more significant science. They also raise awareness and disseminate important information to the public.
ASF does extraordinary work for the size of the organizations. They use a rigorous review process for grants, funding the most innovative researchers in the field of autism treatment. They run an unusually tight, streamlined ship.
This nonprofit funded my summer undergraduate research experience. With this fund, I was able to really get involved in the project and learn so much about the research process. I'm excited to continue doing research on autism!
We have worked with and alongside Alycia Hallady from ASF for several years. Her professionalism reflects the highly impressive work of the ASF as a whole.