Opportunity for Autism Researchers to Present Their Findings

Opportunity for Autism Researchers to Present their FindingsLast July, more than 500 of the world’s leading autism researchers, clinicians, educators and policymakers gathered to participate in ICare4Autism’s 2011 International Conference.

The purpose of the conference was to share recent research into the causes and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, and to serve as a catalyst for powerful collaborations to tackle the global autism crisis. A variety of exciting research was revealed at the conference, from metabolism issues to targeted intervention and much more.

ICare4Autism is again bringing together the worlds leading researchers to present their latest findings at 2012 International Autism Conference.

By holding an open submission for the conference Poster Session, we are opening the floor to up and coming researchers and seasoned professionals alike.

The Poster Session consists of many posters being exhibited together while viewers wander through them, stopping to read posters that catch their eye. Authors and presenters stand by to present their work and answer questions that anyone may have. This is an excellent opportunity to publicize the results of a wide array of research to the greatest minds in the same fields.

One lucky poster submission will be chosen to receive a scholarship to the conference and will be asked to speak on one of the conference panels as well as having their research highlighted on the ICare4Autism website.

The deadline for submitting a poster is the 15th of May, more information can be found about the requirements for submission here: Call for Posters.

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