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Wales Autism Research Centre

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Wales Autism Research Centre (WARC) is a research centre within Cardiff University, Wales. Focused on autism research, it collaborates with other university departments, the government and autism advocacy organizations. The center opened on 23 September 2010. Professor Sue Leekam is the Centre director and Cardiff University's Autism Chair.[1]


The centre's mission is: "To create positive change for individuals and families affected with autism by

See also

Information about organisations that they collaborate with:


  1. ^ a b Wales Autism Research Centre (WARC). ASD info Wales. Retrieved 10 September 2012.

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