14th Annual Zoowalk for Autism Research

Join us on Saturday, October 13th, 2018 for the Zoowalk for Autism Research and help raise funds for autism research at Arizona State Universisity





We invite donations to support the important research conducted by the Autism/Asperger's Research Program at Arizona State University.  We are currently working on several important projects, including:


  1. Treatment Effectiveness Surey over 1400 autism families responded to our survey, and now we will analyze and publish the results about which treatments are the best for different symptoms 
  2. 2nd GI Treatment Study- this will be a follow-up to our previous highly successful study of a new treatment for gut problems in inidivuals with autism 
  3. Healthy Child Guide: continue to develop and dissiminate this important guide on advice for families on how to prevent autismand other neurological problems 
  4. Mom's Study - complete our study on how to evaluate abd treat metabolic problems in mothers of children with autism, to improve their health and prevent future cases of autism                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Thank you for your support and we hope to see you again in 2018!                                                                                   





James B. Adams, Ph.D.

Director, Autism/Asperger's Research Program at

Arizona State University    

President, Autism Nutrition Research Center 

Chair, Scientific Board of the Neurological Health Foundation                


"We are so eternally grateful to Prof. Adams, ARI/ASU and  all of the people who helped in, this study. We sincerely hope that someday all children with ASD and moderate to severe GI issues are able obtain a mictobiota transfer to help them improve their lives as well… By the way, he no longer misses school and

is excelling there too! " ~ Ethan's mom


“After the BTT treatment he has continued to improve, his interactions, awareness and everyday quality of life continues to improve. Today is Andy's first day at work, he has a job coach through Vocational Rehab, this is such a big step.”  ~ Andy's mom















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