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Research Study Opportunity

Clinicians at Seattle Children’s are trying to learn more about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and to examine the effects of an investigational medication, called GWP42003-P (a cannabidiol oral solution). We are conducting this study to look at whether or not this medicine helps communication, social skills, and patterns of behavior in children and adolescents with ASD. If your child is aged between 6 and 17 years, and has a diagnosis of ASD and episodes of irritability, please feel free to contact our study coordinator, Stacy Riffle, at 206-987-7502 or email [email protected] to find out more.


Research Study Opportunity

Recruiting Participants for the Congenital Cytomegalovirus, Hearing Loss, and Autism Retrospective Study – No in-person appointments necessary to participate!

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Participate in Research on Telehealth and In-Person Services

Recruiting Parents for the Parents Perceptions of Engagement in Telehealth and In-Person Services (PPE TIPS) Survey

Researchers at Seattle Children’s are looking for caregivers of 3 to 14 year old children with a neurodevelopmental disability (such as but not limited to ASD; ADHD; Down’s syndrome, intellectual disability; speech; Read full post »

SPARK Online Autism Research Study

SPARK is an online autism research study that aims to make new discoveries and advance the understanding of autism. With over 275,000 participants, SPARK is now the largest study of autism ever. But in order to advance discoveries in autism for all individuals and families, we need everyone to join. And to find answers for you, we need to understand what makes you unique. Read full post »

The CARR Study – Impact of COVID-19 On Emotional Health

CARR Study (COVID-Associated Risk and Resilience)

Researchers at Seattle Children’s want to learn about the impact of COVID-19 on the emotional health of children and teens. This research study is for kids and parents.

Research is always voluntary!

This study might be a good fit for you if your child or teen is between 8 and 14 years old, and has autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, or none of these.

If you decide to take part in the research study, you and your child would fill out online surveys every 6 months for 2 years. Surveys focus on children’s feelings and behaviors, and on the ways COVID-19 might affect them.

Families who take part can choose to enter drawings for gift cards to thank them for their time.

 To take part in the CARR research study or for more information, please contact our study team at [email protected] or by phone at 206-884-8256.

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