The research will constitute an integral part of the IAC culture from its very outset.
The majority of research in autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders is conducted in European and American settings, thereby limiting its relevance and applicability to an Indian context.
Our aim is to address this gap in knowledge while ensuring multidisciplinary support to the members of IAC.
Our research center will develop the evidence base for different strategies of living and interventions carried out at IAC. This is likely to foster a better understanding of autism and its symptoms by fine-tuning intervention plans that suit Indian settings.
The close integration of research with clinical practice and healthy living at the center will be made possible by state-of-the-art techniques in measuring brain, behavior, health, and well-being of children and adults with and without clinical diagnoses.