This study is a collaborative effort
by investigators at four clinical sites: University of North Carolina
(UNC), University of Washington (UDUB), Washington University in
St. Louis (WUSTL), and the Children's Hosptial in Philadelphia (CHOP);
and one data coordinating center (DCC) at the Montreal Neurological
Institute (MNI), to conduct a longitudinal MRI/DTI and behavioral
study of infants at high risk for autism (i.e., siblings of autistic
individuals) at 6, 12, 24 and 36 months of age.
This website serves as the starting point for all project personnel.
From this page, access to all web-related tools is available, inlcuding
the IBIS database. Much of the contents of this website are restricted
and require authentication to access various components. For account
information please contact the DCC. For more information of each
tool/webpage, please click on the appropriate link on the left menu.
For details on the teleconference minutes and agendas, upcoming
conferences, or any discussions about the various protocols (both
behavioral or imaging), please access the Wiki or OWL (links on
the left menu). To access the project personnel link, please use
the wiki login information.
- Please take a moment to enter your contact
information on the Wiki. Thanks!
- Registration procedures have changed regarding the PSCID. These
IDs will now be automatically generated.
- The database has gone live! Behavioral information for the study's
first potential subject has been entered. (November 27, 2007)