Helping autistic people into research careers

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We want to empower autistic people to lead their own research addressing issues that are most important to the autistic community. That’s why we are launching our Charles Sharland Grant Scheme for Autistic Researchers. This scheme will support autistic people with little or no research experience take their first step into an autism research career.

https://www.autistica.org.uk/our-research/apply-for-funding/charles-sharland-grants-scheme?utm_source=Discover&utm_campaign=168a9af4b6-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_06_19_02_50&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3351339878-168a9af4b6-98166289&mc_cid=168a9af4b6&mc_eid=acba99bd9f

Thanks to Steevie for highlighting this.

 

 

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Dyslexia link to eye spots confusing brain, say scientists.

A BBC news article covers this story: French scientists say they may have found a potential cause of dyslexia which could be treatable, hidden in tiny cells in the human eye.

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