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How researchers can use autismMatch to recruit research participants:

Any study approved by a recognized IRB of an institution of higher education may apply to use autismMatch, provided that the research institution and study procedures are located within the autismMatch catchment area. Researchers seeking to access autismMatch must agree to submit documentation from their IRB (including verification that the IRB has an FWA registration number) as requested.

The autismMatch project review committee will convene as needed to review specific projects from researchers. This committee will also verify that appropriate language is included within the consent forms and other associated study materials. autismMatch reserves the right to reject any studies for which there are significant ethical or scientific concerns.

There is no charge to researchers for the use of autismMatch. However, researchers must agree to certain conditions designed to encourage the quick dissemination of research findings.

Contact the autismMatch study team for more information.

autismMatch research includes:
  • Treatment Studies
  • Diagnostic Studies
  • Genetic Studies
  • Brain Imaging Studies
  • Studies on common co-occuring problems, like sleep and anxiety
  • Qualitative studies on autism's effects on the family
Current Projects Using autismMatch:
Please click on the study name for more information.
Past Projects Using autismMatch:
  • Assessing Pain in Children with ASD Undergoing Hospital-based Procedures
  • Autism and The Family
  • Biobehavioral Markers of Anxiety in Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Biomarkers and Genetics Study
  • Development of Social Communication
  • Early Autism Risk Longitudinal Investigation (EARLI)
  • Infant Brain Imaging Study
  • Nutrition Research Study
  • Oxytocin Treatment Trial
  • Simons VIP study
  • Social Functioning and Genetics
  • Social Perception and Motivation (video game intervention project)
  • Social Support, Family Resilience, and Parental Stress
  • Study of Executive Functioning and Inattention
  • Study of Sleep and Anxiety
  • Study to Explore Early Development (SEED)
  • STX209 (Arbaclofen) Seaside Therapeutics Research Study