RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED
We’re recruiting infants who have an older sibling with autism.
The Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS) Network
The IBIS Network is a group of researchers with 5 locations across the United States investigating brain development in developmental disabilities. The IBIS Network has a history of investigating brain and behavior development of infants with an older sibling with autism through use of MRI and thorough developmental assessments.
What We Do
Now recruiting infants under 6 months old
The IBIS Network recently received a $9.5 million grant from NIH to replicate our previous study of brain and behavior development in infants at risk for developing autism. The goal of our new study is to identify the symptoms of autism at an earlier age.
Did your child participate in our study as an infant?
We are currently extending our previous study of brain and behavior development in infants at risk for developing autism by now examining those same children at school age between 7-11 years of age.
The IBIS Network has produced over 70 publications in prestigious journals. These articles have given the IBIS Network national exposure in the news.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
UNC Chapel Hill
University of Minnesota
University of Washington