The Eagles Autism Foundation is committed to investing every dollar raised by participants into cutting-edge autism research as well as programs in the community. By providing the necessary resources to doctors, scientists, and clinicians at world-class institutions, we will be able to assist those touched by autism, as well as future generations.
For the scientific review process this year, the Eagles Autism Foundation continued to work with their scientific advisor, Dr. Emanuel DiCicco-Bloom, an accomplished biomedical researcher from the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School to lead the scientific review process. This year’s peer review panel is made up of fourteen internationally recognized researchers who have demonstrated a clear and steadfast commitment to autism research, services and programs. The chosen scientists are leaders in specific subject areas within Autism that contributed to a diverse and powerful panel.