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ATN Logo The AS ATN is the first bi-national network of hospitals, physicians, researchers, and families at 14 centers across the United States and Canada. We are working together to develop the most effective approach to medical care for children and adolescents affected by autism. Read more »


AIR-P Logo The AIR-P is a collaborative agreement with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Maternal and Child Health Research Program. Funding for the grant is through the federal Combating Autism Renewal Act. Read more »

Where are the ATN/AIR-P centers located?

With 12 centers in the United States and 2 in Canada, the ATN is a network of children’s hospitals, physicians, researchers and clinical thought leaders who share a common commitment to families and healthcare professionals serving autism. And did you know that at each these centers there is a great team of autism doctors, psychologists, nurses, social workers and parents who will help you and your family?

At each of our centers, you will find a Site Leadership Team comprised of a Principal Investigator, a Co-Principal Investigator, a Coordinator, a Family Navigator and parent leaders who all join together to provide autism care or sit with you to answer your questions. And did you know that they are all collaborating on different projects to improve the lives of children and their families across the network? Learn about their involvement throughout the network’s committees and workgroups who come together to address autism challenges in research and even in clinical settings.

If you’re interested in learning more about each of the 14 ATN/AIR-P centers and their amazing teams, then click on any of the links below to learn more about each center team and the projects they work on. This is a great way to find out how you and your family can get involved locally in your community with a nearby center. You can also follow them on social media and learn more about information and resources near you.

Roll over a puzzle piece to see the center’s name, or click here for the full list.

University of Rochester<br/><em>Rochester, NY</em>Children's Hospital of Los Angeles<br/><em>Los Angeles, CA</em>The Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders at UC Irvine<br/><em>Irvine, CA</em>University of Alberta and Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital<br/><em>Edmonton, AB, Canada</em>Arkansas Children's Hospital / UAMS<br/><em>Little Rock, AR</em>Knights of Columbus Child Development Center at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center and Saint Louis University School of Medicine<br/><em>St. Louis, MO</em>University of Missouri at Columbia<br/><em>Columbia, MO</em>Vanderbilt University Medical School<br/><em>Nashville, TN</em>Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical& Center <em>Cincinnati, OH</em>Nationwide Children's Hospital<br/><em>Columbus, OH</em>University of Pittsburgh Medical Center <em>Pittsburgh, PA</em>Children's Hospital of Philadelphia<br/><em>Philadelphia, PA</em>Toronto ATN Site (Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab, Surrey Place Centre, Hospital for Sick Children) <em>Toronto, ON, Canada</em>Lurie Center<br/><em>Lexington, MA</em>