Through research studies, we are striving to develop more effective methods of screening, diagnosis, and treatment of autism and other disabilities. Research depends on the participation of individuals with autism and their families, as well as individuals who don’t have autism (typical development).
The Duke Center for Autism has a volunteer research registry which allows us to contact interested individuals, including parents and adults, to let them know about the research being conducted at our Center. Participation is always optional. Joining the registry also offers the opportunity to receive newsletters and other communication about events and activities sponsored by our Center. To learn more about our Research Registry, click here.
To complete the Research Registry enrollment online, please click here.