Infant Sibling Autism Study

This study uses tiny cameras to track a baby's eye movements. This helps clinicians see how a baby focuses on pictures and movies. Babies with autism tend to focus on a person's mouth and body, as well as items in the scene.Call 404-785-7600 or email marcusresearch@choa.org to join.

Who can be a part of the study?

We need pregnant moms, or moms who have a baby younger than 3 months old and an older biological child who is:

  • Diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) 
    OR
  • Typically developing with no family history of ASDs

There is no cost to families who take part in the study, and there are many benefits to families, including compensation for your participation. Call 404-785-7600 or email marcusresearch@choa.org to join.