ASF is one of the premier organizations in the world dedicated to expanding our knowledge of autism and related developmental disorders. Their organization, in collaboration with their internationally renown scientific advisory board, continues to provide vital support to the autism research community.
Wonderful Science coming from a small team. They are a great alternative Autism NPO. Communication is excellent, they even do a weekly podcast related to the latest Autism research. I've volunteered for them the past two years at the scoring goals for Autism' fundraiser near Philly,
ASF is an amazing organization that is active in all aspects of improving the lives of those affected by Autism Spectrums Disorders. The ASF organizational activities encourage and promote quality research and collaborations that are truly changing the landscape of what is known about Autism and driving change in the science and care of those with ASDs.
The funding provided by the Autism Science Foundation affords scientists and organizations the means to conduct and disseminate peer reviewed, science-based autism research. Its efforts to increase societal awareness of autism spectrum disorders and to serve the needs of families raising children with autism is unmatched in its thorough, objectively based approach, carried out by its knowledgeable, passionate team of highly educated experts in the field.
The Autism Science Foundation has funded novel and critical science as well as supporting the needs of the autism community, including but not limited to the genetic cause of ASD.
They provide much needed support for early career investigators at a critical time and communicate new science to the public in an easy to understand, friendly way. ASF is also very collaborative and encourages cross-condition research.
The Autism Science Foundation works diligently to not only provide support and funding for autism research but also to conduct scientific based, peer reviewed research studies to identify and determine forward thinking approaches to further discoveries. Its team is comprised of highly educated, devoted members who are passionate about establishing and disseminating scientific approaches and truths.
The Autism Science Foundation is dedicated to funding researchers who will advance the field of autism science. We have known for many years how complex the spectrum is, and too often there is limited funding opportunities for emerging researchers. ASF's grants ensure that all promising lines of research have a chance to be explored.
The ASF plays a leading role in advancing high-quality science to improve our understanding of autism spectrum disorder. They have been involved in many of the major research questions of key importance to the field and have providing fellowships to many trainees who have continued to pursue careers in autism research.
I have participated with ASF as a donor. The organization does a great job at funding scientific research for autism, which is a cause I feel strongly about! They have also built a community of people invested in understanding more about autism.
Funding I received from ASF during my PhD training was critical to helping me complete my research projects. My research resulted in 2 publications and many impactful insights into how autism manifests in male and female brains. I'm a basic science researcher but my work has clinical applications.
An organization devoted to letting science guide it, the Autism Science Foundation serves as a critical facilitator of research in the autism community. Not only does ASF strive to fund proposals asking interesting questions, it brings science to the community. Through their podcasts and talks, ASF is playing an important role in keeping the autism community scientifically minded.
Autism Science Foundation is a welcoming, inclusive and supportive research and advocacy organization that exemplifies 'partnership' - with autistic individuals and their families, and with the research community. They have brought the human touch to autism research funding, fostering positive relationships and building capacity by focusing on trainees and new faculty. As a pediatrician and autism researcher, I am extremely grateful to this wonderfully supportive and passionate organization and its leaders.
ASF has quickly become the premier nonprofit for trusted, empirically-sound information on current knowledge about autism. It is remarkable that such a small and dedicated (read: efficient!) team can operate so comprehensively at the front lines of autism science.
More than any other autism-focused nonprofit, ASF has a strong and well-recognized commitment to young scientists (including undergraduate students) with an interest in studying autism. Truly, ASF is seeding the future of the field with their work now! A truly outstanding - in every sense of the word - organization!
The ASF is an incredible organization run by some amazingly selfless, dedicated individuals. I have been involved with the Autism Science Foundation for a few years now, participating in a soccer tournament called Scoring Goals for Autism. And our family was selected to represent the Recipe for Hope 2017 campaign so I got to work closely with some of the staff and they were just terrific.
The Autism Science Foundation (ASF) is exactly what I look for in a nonprofit. It has clear goals and a great team of dedicated individuals. I know my donations are well-spent and care for with ASF. Thank you for all that you do!
ASF is really one of the most well run, rigorous and impactful non profits I have worked with, and they have become a leader in the autism field. Alison Singer brings together experts in advocacy, science and education in autism, and through her work the organization has funded cutting edge research studies, hosted dynamic symposia on autism research and has inspired students to pursue careers in autism through their fellowships. With very limited funds and manpower, ASF has accomplished more in the autism field than organizations with 10x the budget and staff. This success speaks directly to the excellent personnel that they employ and the leadership of Alison Singer. I have sat ( and still sit) on the board of many non profits, so I understand the challenges around running these organizations, which makes me even more impressed by ASF's success.
The Autism Science Foundation has been a wonderful organization to work with professionally. It funds meaningful and groundbreaking translational research within the field of Autism that will enable us to better understand the condition and develop interventions to better serve those with ASD.
This is a unique organization that is devoted to raising awareness and supporting scientific research. They achieve so much with relatively little!
This nonprofit is so amazing! They gave me the opportunity to conduct my own research study as an undergrad. It ended up being the best experience. I am so thankful for everything they have done for me!
I am thankful to have received a grant from ASF that allowed me to engage in a summer research project focused on autism. I have been a strong advocate for research fellowships like the one I received, since it absolutely helped to foster an interest in different aspects of the field, particularly from a neurological perspective.
I look to ASF for the most timely information on autism research and education, and they certainly do not disappoint.
This is the only autism charity that shares my values. I believe that the greatest hope for progress in treatment and understanding of autism is through supporting science. I also believe in following the advice of leading scientists, and the ASF is a great resource - the only one like it.
As a parent of a child with autism, I am grateful for Autism Science Foundation for providing sound, credible, research-supported information on everything from causation to treatment. Educated caregivers are better equipped to help their loved ones in effective ways. Thank you, ASF!
The Autism Science Foundation's commitment to research and education is unparalleled! Their support will help us make advances in the field.
ASF funds cutting edge-research, while supporting investigators at all stages (students, fellows, early investigators) . A truly excellent organization!
I have worked with the Autism Science Foundation for several years and their genuine commitment to autism research is inspiring. The entire team at ASF has an unwavering dedication to funding the best science that will result in improvements in the lives of those affected by ASD.
The Autism Science Foundation is my go-to source for the latest information on autism. I particularly enjoy reading the science updates and look forward to continuing to learn from them.
The Autism Science Foundation is incredibly committed to this important work. Their grant funding has made cutting edge research in the field of autism possible.
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.
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.