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Mother and Son Stacking Rings | Duke Autism

Like most research centers, we depend heavily on families and individuals in our community and across the country partnering with us in our efforts. It would not be possible to conduct any research without the support of our volunteer research participants. They are a vital part of our family and invaluable to the advancement of autism science and care. 

What is a Research Registry?

A research registry is a database that is used to connect eligible research...

Enrollment status:
In Progress

This research study is sponsored by F. Hoffman-La Roche Ltd.

The aViation study will test if an investigational...

Research date range:
03/20/2017
Enrollment status:
In Progress

This program of research is sponsored by the Marcus Foundation.

Researchers at Duke University Medical Center...

Research date range:
09/06/2016
Enrollment status:
Completed

This study is sponsored by the National Institutes of Health.

Would you like to better understand your child's social development...

Research date range:
08/13/2016 to 08/13/2018
Enrollment status:
In Progress

This study is sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health

Several studies have shown that oxytocin is...

Enrollment status:
Completed

This study is sponsored by Curemark, LLC

Investigators at the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development are...

Enrollment status:
Completed

This study is sponsored by Eunice Kennedy Shriver Institute for Child Health and Human Development.

A research...

Enrollment status:
Completed

This study is sponsored by the Department of Defense Autism Research Program and a Brain and Behavior Foundation NARSAD Young...

Enrollment status:
In Progress

This program of research is sponsored by the Marcus Foundation.

Researchers at the Duke University Medical...

Enrollment status:
Completed