ASfAR was founded in 2011 as a member based organisation devoted to advancing
knowledge about Autism Spectrum Disorders through research and scholarship. ASfAR has
built considerable relationships among the research community to support this role. These
include a relationships with:
ASfAR wishes to congratulate ASfAR Executive Committee member Professor Sylvia Rogers on her recent appointment to Membership of the Order of Australia this Australia Day. Sylvia’s considerable work in support of Autism research, broader developmental research, occupational therapy, and children with disability has assisted many children and improved their quality of life. The ASfAR Committee is proud that Sylvia has lent her considerable scholarship to ASfAR.
2016 ASfAR Conference
The third ASfAR Conference will be held at the University of Western Australia, Perth, with support from the Telethon Kids Institute on Thursday 8th & Friday 9th December, 2016. Autism CRC events would precede the Conference on Tuesday 6th & Wednesday 7th December 2016. Dates and information re Conference Registration will be put up on the website shortly. Registration is free but you must be a member of ASfAR to attend. If you are not currently a member, please submit a membership application form.
- The Apex Foundation – Trust for Autism PhD Research Grants
Research Grant Application Form Each year Apex funds a number of small scholarships in the autism field. If you are a higher degree student studying autism, consider applying for this scholarship. The application must be submitted by 5PM on Friday…
ASfAR - August 18, 2015
- Postgraduate Research Scholarship: Employment in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders
La Trobe University and the Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre (OTARC) is offering a three-year full-time Postgraduate Research Scholarship to a highly motivated student to study employment in adults with autism spectrum disorders. The PhD candidate will be supervised by…
ASfAR - June 1, 2015