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International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) 22nd Annual Meeting to be held in Stockholm, Sweden May 3- 6, 2023

Leading autism researchers, clinicians, and advocates from around the world will gather to share latest findings and discoveries

2023-03-17
(Press-News.org) The International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) will hold its 2023 Annual Meeting – the organization’s 22nd – from Wednesday, May 3 through Saturday, May 6, 2023, bringing together a global, multidisciplinary group of hundreds of autism researchers, clinicians, advocates, self-advocates, and students to exchange the latest scientific learnings and discoveries that are advancing the expanding understanding of autism and its complexities. This year’s meeting will be held in-person in Stockholm, Sweden at Stockholmsmässan, the largest exhibition facility in the Nordic region.

The INSAR Annual Meeting is the world's largest gathering of scientists and specialists who continue to catalyze innovative research into all aspects of autism spectrum disorder, including its nature, causes, and treatments. The 22nd INSAR Annual Meeting will include in-person presentations of oral papers and posters, and panel sessions and demonstrations of new and emerging technologies. Select sessions will be recorded during the live event and repurposed as separate educational offerings starting in June 2023.

This year’s INSAR Lifetime Achievement Award will honor Dr. Jan Buitelaar, Radboud University. The INSAR Research Advocate Award will be presented to Harald Neerland, president of Autism-Europe. Other awards presented at this year’s meeting will include the 2023 INSAR Cultural Diversity Research Award, which will honor the SPARK Research Team, as well as the INSAR Early Career Investigator Awards, Dissertation Awards and Slifka/ Ritvo Innovation in Autism Research Award.

For the first time, recorded video interviews with selected scientists discussing their newsworthy research will be available to media beginning May 3. The researchers will also be available for one-on-one interviews prior to the INSAR 2023 Annual Meeting and during the conference. Please contact apockriss@rubenstein.com or skaplan@rubenstein.com to arrange.

To register to attend the INSAR Annual Meeting, visit the INSAR website. INSAR Membership is not required.

Media wishing to attend must register in advance here.

Research will be presented on topics including:

Understanding clinical heterogeneity Precision health for neurodiverse communities Inclusion in research on early identification and intervention Models of care for underserved communities and low resource settings  Understanding the diverse experiences of aging autistic adults Keynote speakers:

Wendy Chung, M.D., Ph.D

Chief of the Department of Pediatrics, Boston Children’s Hospital

Kennedy Family Professor of Pediatrics in Medicine, Columbia University

Director of Clinical Research, SFARI

 

Gauri Divan, MBBS, MRCPCH

Director of Child Development Group, Sangath

Goa, India

 

Patricia Howlin, BA, MsC, Ph.D

Emeritus Professor of Clinical Child Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College, London

WHAT:               

International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) 22nd Annual Meeting in Stockholm, Sweden, bringing together autism researchers, clinicians, and advocates from around the world

WHERE:             

The annual meeting will be held in in-person at the Stockholmsmässan exhibition facility

Stockholmsmässan

Mässvägen 1, 125 80 Stockholm

WHEN:               

Keynote, Scientific Panel and Oral Presentations, and Poster Sessions

Thursday, May 4

8AM-7PM GMT OR 3AM-2PM EST

Friday, May 5

8AM-7PM GMT OR 3AM-2PM EST

Saturday, May 6

8:45AM-3:30PM GMT OR 3:45AM-10:30AM EST

MEDIA REGISTRATION AND NOTES:

Media registration:  https://www.autism-insar.org/page/MediaRegistration Scientific abstracts are embargoed until Wednesday, May 3 at 12PM GMT/7AM EST Visit the following link for INSAR 2023 Annual Meeting updates: https://www.autism-insar.org/page/2023AnnMtg INSAR will arrange requested telephone interviews prior to the INSAR 2023 Annual Meeting and also remote interviews during the conference. Please contact apockriss@rubenstein.com or skaplan@rubenstein.com to arrange. END


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[Press-News.org] International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) 22nd Annual Meeting to be held in Stockholm, Sweden May 3- 6, 2023
Leading autism researchers, clinicians, and advocates from around the world will gather to share latest findings and discoveries