Autism

What's Important in Autism Research? Here's Your Chance to Weigh In

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I got this reminder notice today. You can give the IACC (Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee) your views on what is important in autism research:

 

Reminder: IACC 2010 RFI to Inform the 2011 Update of the IACC Strategic Plan is Open Until Friday, July 30, 2010

 

In June 2010 the IACC issued a formal Request for Information (RFI) to solicit public input to inform the 2011 update of the IACC Strategic Plan for Autism Spectrum Disorder Research. During the six-week public comment period (June 18 – July 30, 2010), members of the public are asked to provide input to the committee on what has been learned in the past year about the issues covered in each of the seven chapters of the IACC Strategic Plan, and on what are the remaining gaps in the subject area covered by each chapter. In addition, the committee is seeking input on the introductory chapter and other general comments about the Strategic Plan. Comments collected through this RFI will be posted to the IACC web site after the closing date.

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If you would like to respond to the RFI, please go to: http://www.acclaroresearch.com/oarc/2010rfi/. Responses will be accepted until Friday, July 30, 2010.