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Christopher Gillberg has been awarded INSAR Lifetime Achievement Award

News: May 12, 2016

On May12 Professor Christopher Gillberg was presented with the prestigious 2016 INSAR Lifetime Achievement Award at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), held in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

INSAR (The International Society for Autism Research), that nominates the laureate, is a scientific and professional organization devoted to advancing knowledge about autism spectrum disorders.

INSAR Lifetime Achievement Award acknowledges an individual who has made significant fundamental contributions to research on autism spectrum disorders that have had a lasting impact on the field. The focus of the awardee's research can be in any discipline.

The prize was founded in 2001 and is awarded at the annual scientific meeting IMFAR, arranged by INSAR. Other renowned autism researchers including Lorna Wing, Uta Frith, Patricia Howlin and Fred R Volkmar (The 2016 Birgit Olsson lecturer) have also been presented with the award.

 

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