Transforming Autism Care Consortium



Mayada Elsabbagh

Guy Rouleau


Fabienne Samson


5252 boul. Maisonneuve Ouest
Montréal, QC
H4A 3S5
514 412-4400, poste 22730


Under construction (

Number of strategic axis: 4

Number of shared resources: 3

Number of members: 263


Transforming Autism Care Consortium (TACC) will connect and mobilize Quebec's strengths in autism research to improve quality of life of autistic individuals and their family as well as to integrate knowledge in practice and policy. TACC represents a unique initiative for collaboration, bringing together the expertise of researchers from different research institutes in Québec in the pursuit of three main objectives: 1) Build a pipeline to create a database compiling genetic, cellular, brain, and behavioral profiles data in 1,000 families, 2) Building research capacity by offering training opportunities, research grants and fellowships and 3) Connect researchers, clinicians, community and government to communicate and integrate research progress and discoveries.

Strategic axes Responsible


Sébastien Jacquemont,
Université de Montréal / CHU Ste-Justine

Cell and Animal Models

Carl Ernst,
McGill University / Douglas Institute

Brain Development

Alan Evans,
McGill University / Montreal Neurological Institute

Cognitive Profiles

Laurent Mottron,
Université de Montréal / Hôpital Rivière-des-Prairies

Shared resources Responsible

Harmonized Provincial Registry

Baudoin Forgeot d'Arc,
Université de Montréal / Hôpital Rivière-des-Prairies


Jacques Michaud,
Université de Montréal / CHU Ste-Justine