HRSA-22-099 Autism Single Investigator Innovation Program (Autism-SIIP) – Autism Transitions Research Project (ATRP)
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HRSA-22-086 Autism Single Investigator Innovation Program (Autism-SIIP) – Autism Longitudinal Data Project (ALDP)
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HRSA-22-099 and HRSA-22-086 allow multiple applications from an organization.
HRSA-22-099: ATRP supports primary and secondary research studies that advance the evidence base available on the social determinants and risk factors associated with healthy life outcomes (physical, mental/emotional/behavioral, social, and educational/occupational) among adolescents and young adults with ASD who are transitioning to adulthood. Applicants to the HRSA-22-099: ATRP will conduct primary and secondary research studies, including at least one pilot intervention study, and try to leverage external funding for full intervention studies in the future. Studies should: • Consider important priority areas (e.g., co-occurring mental health conditions in transition-age youth with ASD; training the pediatric and adult health care workforce on health care transition for ASD; employment, career development, economic well-being, and transportation for transition-age youth with ASD); • Help set the direction for future research by identifying gaps that currently exist in the understanding of life outcomes, service needs and access, and effective service program models for transitioning adolescents and young adults with ASD; • Improve the current understanding of desired healthy life outcomes for transitioning youth with ASD; develop measurement tools; and conduct studies that demonstrate the efficacy of innovative service models; • Develop innovative, empirically sound strategies for increasing equity in desired healthy life outcomes for transitioning adolescents and young adults with ASD with a focus on underserved communities; • Identify barriers that limit the timely access to services for transitioning adolescents and young adults with ASD; and • Promote greater national and public awareness of factors associated with desired healthy life outcomes for this population by providing leadership in the dissemination of findings from ATRP research.
HRSA-22-086: ALDP supports the implementation and completion of research that leverages existing longitudinal data resources and evaluates the effect of early interventions using observational studies/secondary data to improve our understanding of the early life origins, signs, and indicators of ASD/DD and its comorbidities. Applicants to the HRSA-22-086: ALDP will conduct research on topics of interest to HRSA’s Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB), including studies that build on our current knowledge base and leverage existing longitudinal data analyses to: • Study genetic and environmental maternal and perinatal contributing and/or predictive factors for ASD/DD; • Consider physical and behavioral trajectories of ASD/DD and assessment at different stages of life course development; • Explore primary prevention of ASD/DD; Study the effects of various ASD/DD interventions using observational studies/secondary data; and • Promote greater national and public awareness of the early life origins, signs, indicators, and interventions for ASD/DD and its comorbidities by providing leadership in the dissemination of findings from ALDP research.