In this recorded webinar, Dr. Wendy Chung discusses what SPARK Research Match is and how it works.Read More
Read more about: SPARK research match
SPARK Research Match is a service that matches qualified members of the SPARK community to autism research studies. It provides the opportunity to participate in studies led by researchers throughout the U.S. and internationally. A wide variety of researchers use Research Match to find potential participants who are willing to volunteer for their online or in person studies. Participants get the chance to be represented in research and hear about studies that are appropriate for them. And, we can all learn more about autism.
Listed below are articles about SPARK Research Match studies.
Gabriel Dichter, one of SPARK’s first researchers, has a deep sense that incredible discoveries about autism are coming in the next five to 10 years.Read More
Do teens with autism, especially girls, hide aspects of themselves to fit in socially? A study with SPARK participants had some surprising results.Read More
Dr. Wendy Chung shares results from a survey completed by 636 autistic adults in SPARK.Read More
Dr. Wendy Chung shares results from a survey completed by over 8,000 families.Read More