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The NLM Family Foundation supports autism-related endeavors in a variety of fields. For more information about our specific areas of interest, please visit Grant Categories.

The NLM Family Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals. For more information about our grantmaking process, please visit Our Process.

grant recipient area year
Think Tank on Autism and Aging Autism Research Institute (ARI) Sponsored Symposia 2017
Consortium on Autism and Sign Language (CASL): Developing Tools for an Emerging Discipline American Academy of Arts and Sciences Sponsored Symposia 2015
Conversations on Autism & Sign Language (CASL): Unlocking the Emergence of Social Communication Stony Brook University Sponsored Symposia 2014
Autism & Developmental Disorders Inpatient Research Collaborative Maine Medical Center Research Institute Sponsored Symposia 2012
Support Towards the Asperger’s Association of New England’s Adult Conference: Know Thyself: The Key to a Better Life 2008 Asperger's Association of New England Sponsored Symposia 2008
Press Seminar on Autism Spectrum Disorders National Press Foundation Sponsored Symposia 2007
The 25th Rodin Remediation Academy Conference – “Neural Basis of Skill Acquisition, Reading, and Dyslexia.”  Centre for the Study of Learning, Georgetown University Sponsored Symposia 2006
A Critical Assessment of Autism Genetics Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Sponsored Symposia 2006
Community Responses to Autism: Public Health and Public Policy Challenges Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Sponsored Symposia 2005
Autism Neuroimaging Collaborative Research Meeting University of Washington CPEA and STAART Centers Sponsored Symposia 2005
Symposium on Autism and Behavioral Genomics Brandeis University Sponsored Symposia 2004
Addressing Dental Care for Individuals with Autistic Disorders (Pre-Conference Symposium)  International Association for Disability and Oral Health Sponsored Symposia 2004
Organizational Meeting for Dahlem Workshop entitled, “Re-conceptualizing Autism: Identifying the Neural Mechanisms Underlying Autistic Behaviors” Friends of Freie Universität Berlin in New York- Der Freie Universität Berlin Sponsored Symposia 2004
Breaking the Barriers: New Ways of Thinking that Lead to Civic Participation (Pre-Conference Session)  TASH Sponsored Symposia 2002
Science and Public Policy Seminars on Autism Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences Sponsored Symposia 2001
Expanding Horizons for New Research into Facilitated Communication Syracuse University Sponsored Symposia 2000
Callaway Gardens Annual Autism Genetics Workshop New England Medical Center Sponsored Symposia 2000 - 2003
Summer Autism Institute: Critical Issues in Facilitated Communication Lesley University Sponsored Symposia 1993