UMD social connection study recruiting children ages 11-14 with an autism spectrum diagnosis
We're sharing information about the University of Maryland Brain Study Group's upcoming autism brain study. UMD researchers are conducting a longitudinal neuroimaging study on social connection. The study may help researchers understand the neural mechanisms of social connection and interaction in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The findings could advance understanding of ASD and potentially help shape future interventions.
To qualify, children must be 11-14 years old with an autism spectrum diagnosis and able to visit College Park, MD, with a parent.
Interested? Please scan the QR code or click the following link. A study team member will contact you to schedule a screening call to confirm that your child qualifies: https://go.umd.edu/quX
Questions? Please contact the Maryland Brain Study Group email: email@example.com or call 301-458-0685.The Brain Coach Blog is written by executive function coach Mary Turos. Based in Belair, MD, Mary is affectionately known as 'The Brain Coach" for her work helping people achieve harmony using strategies based in neuroscience.