The Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development benefits from robust, collaborative partnerships with self-advocates and community stakeholders, as well as national leaders in autism research. Read more about our external advisory boards and committees below.
Autism Center of Excellence (ACE) Community Engagement Advisory Board
The Community Engagement Advisory Board partners with the center to provide perspectives and advice to support community-engaged research priorities, increasing the impact of scientific discoveries on the daily lives of autistic individuals and their families. Read more and meet the members.
Autism Center of Excellence (ACE) Advisory Committee
The ACE Advisory Committee members are leaders in the fields of ASD and ADHD research and serve as advisors to investigators, providing insights across the multiple studies that leverage the ACE award. Read more and meet the members.