Albanian Children’s Foundation

Medical University Vienna (Dept of Paediatrics)

University Clinic in Vienna (Dept of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)

Belarusian State Medical University (Dept Psychiatry & Medical Psychology)

Vitebsk Regional Clinical Centre of Psychiatry & Addiction

Grodno Regional Centre Psychiatry & Narcology

Ghent University (Dept Clinical & Health Psychology)

Universitaire Kinder-en Jeugdpsychiatrie

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Expertise Centre Autism

Clinical Centre University of Sarajevo Paediatric Hospital (Child Neurology)

St. Nicholas University Hospital Alexandrovska (Clinic of Child Psychiatry)

University Hospital St. Marina (Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)

Rehabilitation Centre (Faculty of Education & Rehabilitation Sciences)

2nd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University & Motol University Hospital (Dept of Paediatric Psychiatry)

University Hospital Brno (Dept of Paediatric Neurology)

Aalborg University Hospital (Research Unit for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)

University Southern Denmark, Mental Health Hospital & University Clinic (Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Dept)

University of Copenhagen, Mental Health Centre for Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Aarhus University Hospital Centre for Psychiatric Research

Tallinn Children’s Hospital

University and University Hospital of Oulu (Child Psychiatry Dept)

University of Eastern Finland

University of Helsinki and Helsinki University Central Hospital (Dept of Neuropsychiatry)

University Tampere (Dept Psychology)

Turku University (Child Psychiatry Dept)

Université Toulouse II - Le Mirail (Dept Psychopathology)

La Salpêtrière Hospital

Neurosciences Cognitives

University Hospital Tours France, INSERM

Klinik fur Kinder-/Jugendpsychiatrie und -psychotherapie

LVR-Klinik Bonn (Dept Child & Adolescent Psychiatry)

Central Institute for Mental Health

University of Ulm

University of Marburg (Dept Child & Adolescent Psychiatry)

KBO-Klinikum Taufkirchen

KBO-Heckscher-Klinikum, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Hospital

KBO - Kinderzentrum Munchen

KBO Isar Amper Klinikum, Munich East

University Hospital Frankfurt

Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg (Dept of Psychology)

University of Athens, Attiko General Hospital (2nd Dept Psychiatry)

ELTE University (Faculty of Special Education)

Autism Foundation (Autizmus)

State Diagnostic and Counselling Centre

Trinity Centre for Health Sciences (Dept Psychiatry)

Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem (Dept Psychology)

Hadassah-Hebrew Univ. Hospitals (Neuro-Cognitive Centre)

The Weinberg Child Developmental Center at Sheba Medical Center

University Pisa, IRCCS Stella Maris

Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma

Unit of Child Neurology and Psychiatry, University of Messina

University of Cagliari / Cagliari University Hospital

IRCSS Children's Hospital Bambino Gesu (Dept of Neuroscience)

University Hospital of Siena

Fondation Autisme Luxembourg

University Children's Hospital

Mater Dei Hospital (Dept Paediatrics)

Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre & Karakter Child & Adolescent Psychiatry University Centre

University Medical Centre Utrecht (Dept of Psychiatry)

Accare University Centre for Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Oslo University Hospital

Akershus University Hospital

University of Warsaw

Centre for Biodiversity, Functional and Integrative Genomics & Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência

University of Coimbra

Victor Babes National Institute

“Alexandru Obregia” Clinical Hospital of Psychiatry

Mental Health Research Centre of RAMS (Dept Childhood Psychiatry)

Regional Ministry of Social Development, Dept of Education & Rehabilitation Centre in Nizhniy Novgorod region and St Petersburg Education Rehabilitation Centre

Institute of Mental Health

Bratislava LFUK a DFNsP

Institute of ASD

INFOAUTISMO - University of Salamanca

Institute of Rare Diseases Research

Hospital Clinic de Barcelona

Policlinica Gipuzkoa, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Unit

Autism Clinic, Hospital GU Gregorio Marañón. IiSGM. CIBERSAM

University of Serville

Hospital Sant Joan de Deu (Unit for Autism Spectrum Disorder) University Hospital Mutua de Terrassa (Child and Adolescent Unit)

Gothenburg University (Dept Child & Adolescent Psychiatry)

Karolinska Institute, Institute for Women's and Children's Health, KIND

University of Zurich

Gazi Universitesi

Meram Faculty of Medicine

University of Cambridge (Autism Research Centre)

University of Cardiff

University of Edinburgh

King’s College London, IoPPN (incl: Dept Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Dept Forensic & Neurodevelopmental Sciences & Behavioural Genetics Clinic at The Maudsley)

University College London

St Thomas' Hospital (Children's Neurosciences Centre)

University of Manchester

University of Newcastle (incl: Sir James Spence Institute, Royal Victoria Infirmary and Complex Neurodevelopmental Disorders Service)

Ukrainian Research Institute of Social & Forensic Psychiatry & Drug Abuse

Developing a Clinical infrastructure

 

The AIMS-2-TRIALS Clinical Trials Network builds on the infrastructure that was developed by the previous project EU-AIMS. The Network now spans 37 countries (see partner list #pdf link with partners). It will conduct safe and high-quality trials of emerging therapies to support autistic people who may benefit from medical and other therapies.

To develop a high-quality Clinical Trials Network, AIMS-2-TRIALS will:

(1) Improve opportunities for networking and training
  • Develop a network of early-career researchers and support training opportunities, internships and lab exchanges
  • Organise satellite meetings and social events at conferences to facilitate collaboration and generate networking opportunities
  • Offer regular webinars on relevant research and clinical topics in autism, which will be open to staff members at each clinical network site
(2) Facilitate involvement in clinical trials
  • By acting as a single point of contact for potential research partners, we can facilitate and accelerate involvement in industry-led clinical trials in autism
(3) Enhance communication and dissemination
  • Publish regular newsletters
  • Disseminate press releases of the latest developments within AIMS-2-TRIALS, new publications and project outreach activities
(4) Translate research evidence into practice
  • Improve health outcomes for autistic people by providing clinicians with evidence-based clinical toolkits that will build their knowledge and awareness of relevant issues
  • Create education material for families and disseminate these across the clinical network

 

To join the AIMS-2-TRIALS Clinical Trials Network, contact Julian Tillmann (julian.tillmann@kcl.ac.uk).