Our Research Forums feature new results, ideas, and projects from our members’ labs. Following the presentation by our guest speaker, attendees are invited to join us for an informal wine and cheese reception.
The first of its kind, the Autism Festival brings together autism communities by showcasing local success stories in advancing autism science and an inclusive society. TACC is pleased to work with our different partners to promote a series of events designed to engage the community, alongside the INSAR conference.
Our 2nd Annual TACC Conference “Connections” is an opportunity to learn about and interact with the network’s members and partners and to discover new connections between people, fields of research and sectors working on common challenges.
Our interactive grant writing workshop was an opportunity for QART trainees to strengthen their applications to various provincial and federal granting agencies, and learn how to communicate their research ideas clearly and concisely.
QART welcomed its first group of trainees at the inaugural Annual Summer School. The training curriculum included an introduction to autism research at the fundamental, clinical and translational levels. More than 20 experts contributed to training activities.
TACC hosted The Honorable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Federal Minister of Health. Members of the TACC community including researchers, trainees, professionals, and families presented our network to the Minister during her visit to Montreal.
Our 1st Annual Scientific Conference “Future Perspectives on Autism Research” is an opportunity to join world-renowned experts in examining the current state of autism science and its future directions. This was also the occasion where proudly launched TACC.