Supporting the Cambridge Autism Research Database Aim of the project The Cambridge Autism Research Database stores the details of autistic people or their parents who want to volunteer to take part in research. It was established in 2003 and now contains behavioural and cognitive data from more than 25,000 people worldwide. Some of these have provided hormone, genetic and MRI data. This valuable data source enables researchers at the ARC, and other institutions, to recruit volunteers to research projects. We have provided funding to ensure continuity, to update and refresh the database to enable ease of use by researchers. Would you like to join the database and volunteer for research? Thank you! Please visit the Autism Research Centre's website for more information.