Monday, January 23, 2012

N.J. Earmarks Funds for Autism Clinical Studies

The prevalence of autism in New Jersey has spurred extensive study, with biomedical researchers looking at everything from behavioral therapy to genetics to discover autism's causes.
Now the state intends to expand these efforts in research and treatment by supporting the scientists financially -- with $8 million in grants over five years -- and coordinating individual efforts by sharing results in a central office.

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