The mission of the University of Louisville Autism Research Group is to provide a forum for researchers at the University of Louisville to share and collaborate on scientific endeavors related to autism. The ultimate goal of the group is to improve the lives of children with autism and their families. The members of this group come from diverse backgrounds, including education, psychology, psychiatry, pediatrics, basic science and neurology, and have in common a commitment to autism research. Our aim is to support research in the field by establishing an infrastructure and patient base which will facilitate grant acquisition and financial backing and provide opportunities for collaborating with professionals outside the University. While basic science projects are part of the ongoing research at the University of Louisville, the vast majority of research endeavors will be clinical in nature and involve potential interventions in autism. The ultimate goal of the group is to improve the lives of children with autism and their families.
- ConnectMe Research Study [PDF]
- Face Recognition Processing Study
- Glutathione Study
- Latent Readiness Potential in Autism
- Prism Lenses Treatment Study
- Selective Attention and Audiovisual Integration in Children with Autism Study
- UofL Research Publications [doc]