In the spirit of combining art and science we partnered with U.K. based artist, Jenny Leonard, to create art from conversations between our scientists and our Autism Representatives. Explore below to see the conversations that took place and the art that was created from them.

Insights Into AIMS-2-TRIALS Research - With Dr. Eva Loth

Dr. Eva Loth is a professor of neuroscience at Kings College University and a lead researcher within the AIMS-2-TRIALS Consortium. Through a video interview conducted by two of our Autism Representatives, Sarah Douglas and Roderik Plas, and communications manager Tracey Parsons; Eva discussed the aims of AIMS-2-TRIALS and how this work relates to the everyday lives of autistic people. The art that was created from the conversations represents the key themes and ideas that the group covered. 

Chatting Through MTMTE with the A-Reps Art Science Working Group

In the spirit of inclusivity, this project was co-lead by the AIMS-2-TRIALS ‘Autism Representatives’. Volunteers from this group met regularly via Zoom to work together on all aspects of the project, from initial brief to finalised plan. The group gathered toward the end of the project to discuss their hopes and excitement for the project. This video is a recording of that discussion. The art was created to represent the main ideas and themes that were covered in the discussion.

This project is part of the AIMS-2-TRIALS research program. Click here to explore the website and learn about the scientific research being carried out by the AIMS-2-TRIALS consortium.

This project has received funding from the Innovative Medicines Initiative 2 Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 777394. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and EFPIA and AUTISM SPEAKS, Autistica, SFARI.
Any views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the funders.

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