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Ongoing Research

Els for Autism Foundation is currently conducting a number of research studies at no cost. These studies are open to a wide range of individuals and ages, including individuals with and without an autism diagnosis. Participating in this research is incredibly helpful to the autism community and advancing our knowledge of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

 


Live Webinar

Learn about the different types of genetic variations associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and how genetic testing can help to identify them. To participate in the webinar, click here.

If you are interested in participating in genetic testing or research, The Seaver Els Institute is offering individual consults with a genetic counselor. To schedule, click here.

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Genetics Research Study

Participate in new research:

• Individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families
• All ages welcome
• You will be compensated for your time

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Contact: Marlene Sotelo, EdD, BCBA-D, MT-BC
Chief Operating Officer
Office: 561-625-8269
Email: Marlene.Sotelo@elsforautism.org

 


The Seaver Els Institute Tooth & Hair Collection

Interested in helping researchers understand how environmental exposure to toxins in early life is related to the development or severity of autism spectrum disorder (ASD)? This can be done by analyzing baby teeth and hair from both children with ASD and their siblings.

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Research Contact

Marlene Sotelo, EdD, BCBA-D, MT-BC
Chief Operating Officer
Office: 561-625-8269
Email: Marlene.Sotelo@elsforautism.org