What is the goal of the UVM-AC Research Contact List?
The Collaborative hopes to create an inclusive environment for the community and researchers alike! The research contact list helps researchers find participants for autism research and to advise on designing research projects on topics that matter to you.
Who can join?
Anybody interested to help with autism research can join such as autistic adults/persons with autism, friends, family and professionals.
What do I have to do to join?
You have an opportunity to share your contact and some additional information (not mandatory) to an online data bank on a secure UVM online platform. This information will help us to best fit you to future research and advising roles that applies the most to you! It is free to join.
What happens after I join the UVM-AC Research Contact List?
By joining, you authorize us to contact you when we need help with a project and you can always decide not to participate. You are not obligated to participate in any study, and will be provided with more information to help you decide if you want to joing a study. Your contact and demographic information is kept in a secure, password protected, University of Vermont database and will only be shared with affiliated researchers when they need to contact you.
What if I no longer want to be a part of the UVM-AC Research Contact List?
Your information is kept for 5 years unless you ask to be removed from the list when we contact you. You can contact Liliane Savard, Project Leader at the University of Vermont, with any questions or to ask to unsubscribe at (802) 522-3615.
Interested in recruiting for your research?
Only UVM-Autism Collaborative members can recruit from the Research Contact List. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Dr. Liliane Savard via email or cell phone (802) 522-3615.