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aVIation Study Now Open for Children and Adolescents with Autism

Can we help children and adolescents with autism make sense of the world?  Recruitment is now open for the aViation study – a clinical study that will ask if an investigational medicine can improve the social communication and interaction skills of children and adolescents who: 
- Have autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
- Are 5-to-17 years old
- Are ‘high-functioning’ (for this study, that means an IQ of at least 70) 

For more information about participating at the Ohio State University, please contact:    

Taylor Wong,  Clinical Research Assistant        614-685-3219       

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