Monthly News | March 2019
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Dear Reader,

With Autism Awareness Month just around the corner, ARI's staff is quite busy working on a number of initiatives. We will celebrate the 25th anniversary of our think tank, co-sponsor an international autism conference in Moscow, and begin rolling out our new website over the course of a few short weeks. Stay tuned!

Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D.
Executive Director

New Website Coming Soon
We are pleased to announce big changes for our website in 2019. We can't wait to share our new look and user-friendly upgrades in the months to come.

Free Upcoming Webinars
The Brain and Behavior:
Science of Happiness
 Robyn Catagnus Ed.D., BCBA &
Bobbie Gallagher, Ph.D., BCBA
Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Sponsored in part by Local 25 Boston Teamsters
1 pm Eastern (US), March 27th
Anxiety, Sleep & Depression
Three Part Series
Jana Rundle, PsyD,
The Johnson Center for Child
Health and Development
Presented in partnership with JCCHD
1 p.m. Eastern (US), April 2nd
Study Supports Prenatal Vitamin Use
The risk and severity of autism decreases for high-risk siblings of children with autism if moms take prenatal vitamins in their first month of pregnancy, according to research released recently by the MIND Institute at the University of California, Davis.
Celebrating 25 Years of Think Tanks
Since 1995, The Autism Research Institute has convened top experts at its annual scientific think tanks to discuss issues related to promising treatments and intervention. This April marks 25 years of discussion and debate with a commitment to following the science wherever it leads.
Participate in Research
We are committed to connecting research study teams to members of the community. You or a loved one may be eligible to participate. 
CME Webcasts: Anxiety, Immunological Issues - New Talks Set for 2019
The health of children and adults with autism can be improved by clinicians knowledgeable about the medical etiologies associated with this complex disorder.
Thanks to you
We're moving research forward
Your monthly pledge OR one-time gift of ANY size will help us continue to fund research and provide educational support to those affected by autism.