Overview of WARC
WARC was formally established in 2010 as the first national autism research centre in the UK. In addition to internationally recognized research in areas of behaviour and diagnosis, biological and cognitive processes and families and relationships, the centre plays a key role in the autism community with a strong reputation for translation of research into policy and practice. Our aim for the next five years is to build on the success of our research innovation, impact, and partnerships and to take the work of the centre forward in new directions. You can read all about our five year plan for the centre in our Five Year Plan 2014-2019. A summary of publications and grants can be found as an appendix at the end of that document. Each of our annual reports also summarises our achievements, work and progress.