Boston Children’s Hospital invites you to join SPARK!
SPARK is a large, online research partnership that seeks to improve the lives of people with autism through research.
You can register online here (www.SparkforAutism.org/BCH). Boston Children’s Hospital is one of a network of clinical sites—autism centers and research institutions—that SPARK has partnered with across the country.
The goal of SPARK is to speed up autism research in order to gain a better understanding of causes and treatments for autism.
Registration takes about 20-30 minutes, and we’d love to have you on board.
Find out more about what’s involved on our SPARK FAQ page.
For more information, please contact Emily Matthews, clinical research coordinator, at 617-355-8300 and SPARK@childrens.harvard.edu.
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