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Rud Turnbull speaks out to end the "R-word" on Fox4. March 7 is Spread the Word to End the Word annual observance.

KCART sponsors Autism Spectrum Support Club at JCCC

K-CART reassures parents on proposed changes to diagnositc criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorders in DSM-V

Chancellor gives shout-out to ASD research in 2012 State of the University message

K-CART announces 2011 Discovery Pilot Grant awardees Barlow, Williams, Anderson, Popescu

$7 million grant to continue Kansas Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center

Health Insurance for Autism Spectrum Disorders in Kansas

Ann Turnbull
NBC-Channel 41 Interviews Sean Swindler, K-CART Community Director, about new Johnson Co. Sheriff's Program to help find lost children and others ith limited verbal abilities

Ann Turnbull
Ann Turnbull, distinguished professor and co-director of the Beach Center on Disability, was the special guest on NPR's Talk of the Nation recalling Eunice Kennedy Shriver and her campaign to improve the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.

K-CART awards second round of pilot discovery grants

K-CART has announced the recipients of this year’s discovery grants for pilot research projects to advance scientific knowledge of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The discovery grants provide support for original empirical research projects at KU and KUMC that will contribute to the overall competitiveness of K-CART for external funding. Read the rest of the story

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Associated Press reports: KU study on new communication strategy for children with deaf-blindness by Nancy Brady and Susan Bashinski

Wendy Parent, Ph.D.
KU's Wendy Parent, expert on employment of people with disabilites, tapped by US News and World Report series


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Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training researchers interviewed for Fox 4 story
Open House March 24 4:30-7 p.m.

Deb Kamps
K-CART Director Debra Kamps wins KU Research Achievement Award



December 9th testimony before the Kansas Legislature Joint Committee on Children's Issues

K-CART announces first pilot award winners supporting innovative research into autism spectrum disorders


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