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Autism Tissue Program - The Gift of Hope
The Autism Tissue Program is funded by Autism Speaks and the National Institutes of Health.

The ATP works in partnership with the Harvard Brain Tissue Resource Center and the Children's Hospital of Orange County. To read more about the neural progenitor cell project at CHOC led by Dr. Philip Schwartz, click here.

The Autism Tissue Program also partners with IDEAS, a support and advocacy organization for duplications of chromosome 15q. This collaboration expands the ATP to families affected by IDIC15. Children with IDIC15 show some behavioral similarities to autism and duplications of a specific region of chromosome 15 are one of the most commonly reported genetic features in autism. The ATP is proud to work with IDEAS to allow researchers to better understand this disorder and the relationship to autism, and looks forward to working with researchers who will gain a better understanding of IDIC15 through brain tissue research.
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