Welcome to the
Virginia Tech Autism Clinic and Center for Autism Research
The Virginia Tech Autism Clinic and Center for Autism Research was established in the College of Science to promote collaborative research on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and related conditions from multiple disciplinary perspectives. The VT Autism Clinic and Center for Autism Research builds upon basic research and clinical resources already available at Virginia Tech and works closely with other autism service providers to provide outreach on research findings, conduct research, and recruit participants.
The VT Autism Clinic and Center for Autism Research has a mission of merging science and service. We incorporate the Virginia Tech motto of Ut Prosim (That I May Serve) by serving the rural Appalachian community around us. Our autism research incorporates an implementation science framework to ensure that evidence-based autism treatments are employed where possible. The Virginia Tech Autism Clinic and Center for Autism Research hosts an annual autism research conference every spring to share our research with the larger community. If you are interested in our research science or our services, please feel free to contact us. Our autism research informs the clinical work at the Autism Clinic, and the clinic helps keep our focus on implementation science and our service mission.
Events and Announcements
2018 NOVA Symposium: Frontiers in Autism Research
Friday, September 21, 2018 7:30am-1:30pm Falls Church Marriott, 3111 Fairview Park Drive, Falls Church, Virginia
Breakfast and lunch included
Please join The Virginia Tech Autism Clinic and Center for Autism Research (VTAC/CAR), Virginia Tech and The Washington Group Special Care Planning Team for this groundbreaking Symposium on Autism Research open to all at no cost. The Symposium will feature Autism Research from Biomedical and Imaging, Technology, Education, and Clinical Translational fields. Who should attend? Service providers, educators, psychologists, researchers, program officers, individuals, families, and others in the community interested in learning about autism research. Certificates of Attendance can be provided. See our new Mobile Autism Clinic! Special guest key note address by Kerry Magro.
QUESTIONS? Contact Carey at: (703) 865-6502 or firstname.lastname@example.org
VTAC/CAR in the News:
Driving for an Autism Solution: Check out the Roanoke Times article on VTAC/CAR's new Mobile Autism Clinic (MAC)!
Learn more about the MAC in the video below!