Annual Autism Spectrum Disorder Research Forum
The Autism Spectrum Disorder Research Forum provides an excellent opportunity to hear about Autism Spectrum Disorder research currently being undertaken by local research teams, including that being completed by undergraduate and postgraduate students. The day provides an opportunity to share common interests and concerns in the autism research field. It will be suitable for all autism researchers, including students, clinicians and autism educators, as well as parents interested in Victorian autism research. Please note that the forum will focus on research matters, and participants should have a reasonable knowledge of Autism Spectrum Disorders and research methodology.
2012 Proceedings Booklet
The 11th Annual Autism Spectrum Disorder Research Forum was once again a success with presenters offering a number of interesting and new insights into the world of Autism Research.
This year, we were pleased to welcome Dr Jon Brock from the Department of Cognitive Science at Macquarie University who delivered our keynote address: The challenge of heterogeneity in autism research.
2011 Research Forum
The 10th annual ASD research forum took place at the Darebin Arts Centre in Preston on Thursday 3 November 2011, run by the Autism Victoria trading as Amaze Research Reference Group.
The group welcomed Professor Katrina Williams who delivered an enlightening keynote address on Autism research: Where are we now and where do we need to be?
This was followed by a number of oral and poster presentations by research teams from around Victoria. The forum provided an excellent opportunity to hear about Autism Spectrum Disorder research currently being undertaken and to network with other researchers.