Expressions of Interest Open for hosting State-based or National ASfAR conferences

State-based Conference 2019

Expressions of Interest are now open for hosting 2019 State-based Australasian Society for Autism Research Conferences. A maximum of two meetings will be supported in a given year (with up to $2500 in funds provided by ASfAR subject to approval from the Executive Committee). Where there are several EOIs in a given year, priority will be given to: (1) strong institutional support, (2) ability to host a keynote speaker (national or international), and (3) conference facilities.

For further information, please see the EOI Form (click to open). EOIs are due September 16, 2019. 

National Conference 2020

Expressions of Interest are now open for the 2020 Biennial Australasian Society for Autism Research Conference. Where there are several EOIs in a given year, priority will be given to: (1) strong institutional support, (2) ability to host a keynote speaker (national or international), and (3) conference facilities.

For further information, please see the EOI Form (click to open). EOIs are due October 31, 2019. 

Questions

If you have any questions please contact
ASfAR President, Associate Professor Mark Stokes, School of Psychology, Deakin University;
mark.stokes@deakin.edu.au; or
ASfAR Vice President Professor Cheryl Dissanayake,
Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre, La Trobe University;
c.dissanayake@latrobe.edu.au

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Asia Pacific Autism Conference 2021

27-30 October 2021 – Perth Australia

For those who have been involved with Autism, either personally or during their professional career, the Asia Pacific Autism Conference 2021 is the place to be. This conference will showcase cutting edge international research and practice, including work throughout the region.

apac21.org

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INSAR 2020 Annual Meeting

May 6 – May 9 2020
Washington Convention Center
Seattle, Washington

Online abstract submissions for INSAR 2020 in Seattle now open! Deadline November 4th 2019.
For more details on INSAR 2020 Abstract types, submissions and guidelines see here:

Coronavirus Impact Advisory March 6th

Globally steps are being taken to help prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. Several states in the United States have declared states of emergency to help prevent the further spread of the coronavirus, including Washington State. The INSAR Board is taking this new development seriously and has scheduled a sequence of meetings to consider the feasibility of the 2020 conference in Seattle in light of this new information.

Those planning to attend the 2020 conference are advised to delay making airline travel arrangements until the next advisory is posted. Updates will be posted by March 20. INSAR is continuing to take developments concerning coronavirus (Covid-19) very seriously and monitoring information via the Seattle Visitors CenterUS Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) for information and travel advisories.

 

2019 Annual Meeting Links:

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