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Gwilym Renouf

Ran the London Marathon 2018Read more

Prudential RideLondon

Find out more about this iconic 100-mile cycling event which took place in the heart of London on Sunday 29th July! Leslie Chitauro cycled for ART this year. You next?Read more

Autism: The Real Impact

Panel discussion and fundraising event for the Autism Centre of Excellence
May 2018Read more

Vulnerability in schools: The National Pupil Database Study

Researchers will use the National Pupil Database (NPD) and linked social care databases to examine vulnerability of children with recorded autism special educational needs (SEN) in comparison to children with other SEN and no SENRead more

Autism and the Criminal Justice System

Tackling a sensitive but incredibly important topic, this research will look to inform us about possible reasonable adjustments that could be made in order that lawyers, judges and the court system conduct fair trials when autistic individuals are involved.Read more

Association of cancer and autism in a UK population

In the first study of its kind in the UK, the Clinical Practice Research Database will be used to specifically investigate the association between cancer and autism in a UK population.Read more

Hormones and Biomarkers in Pregnancy

This project comprises of three smaller studies looking at the levels of hormones alongside cognitive testing, physical measurements and scans, to understand what causes variation in autistic traits in the general population and why autism is more common in boys.Read more

Liam and Grandad's adventure

Liam and David recently completed the Coast to Coast challenge, cycling 35 miles per day, raising over £1,700 for ART! This is their story.Read more

Gwilym runs the London Marathon 2018

ART is delighted for runner Gwilym Renouf, as he completes this iconic event for the first time!Read more

Oxytocin Project

The use of oxytocin as an aid to help autistic people in social situations is not fully tested. This study will inform any decision as to whether it should be made widely available to autistic adults.Read more

The Autism Research Trust

We fund research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis and explore interventions to ensure that autistic people receive the best possible support.Read more

April Autism Awareness 2018

From cakes to concerts, we enjoyed raising funds and awareness to help create a future where autistic people feel understood.Read more

Investigating the role of NRXN1 in autism

This project looks to fill the gaps in our knowledge about the role of the Neurexin 1 gene in autism using induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) technology.Read more

Getting Started

Without you, there wouldn't be an Autism Research Trust. Together we can fund the cutting edge research that is needed to better support people with autism.Read more

What is the ACE?

The first of its kind here in the UK, the Autism Centre of Excellence (ACE) will be a unique and very special collaboration between autistic people and their families, the work of world-class researchers and excellent clinical services.Read more

Testing Hormone levels

This project will test if specific sex steroid hormones are associated with autistic spectrum conditions, which will help our understanding of the causes of autism and may lead to ways to earlier diagnose autism in children.Read more

The Israeli Ultrasound and Amniocentesis Study

We're looking to develop a antenatal test for autism that would enable early detection, early monitoring and early intervention.Read more

Frances Lloyd, running for her Son

Ran the Red Car Half Marathon 2017Read more

Rob Leeming

Rob cycled the 2017 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100Read more

Shankar Balasubramanian

Ran the Thames Path Challenge 2017Read more

Jon Tilley

Ran the South Coast Challenge 2016Read more

Mark Anderson

Ran the Virgin Money London Marathon 2016Read more

Cambridge Autism Learning

We are excited to fund the development of an online course to help parents and carers help autistic children to learn to speak.Read more