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The Dissecting the Genetic Contributions to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (DiG FASD) study is researching
how genetics explains why people with prenatal alcohol exposure or FASD are different from each other.                                                                                                                

Am I Eligible?

  • Anyone age 7 or older who had prenatal alcohol exposure or has an FASD diagnosis can participate (parents can sign up their kids).
  • You don’t have to know anything about your birth history — adopted people and their families are welcome!
  • Anyone who speaks English can participate, from anywhere in the world!

Click here to start the study.

What Happens in the Study?

  • You fill out some online forms at home, when it is convenient for you.
  • You take pictures of your face.
  • You provide a saliva (spit) sample for DNA using a kit we send you.
  • We pay all costs, including shipping.
  • We keep your information, pictures, and DNA secure and confidential and use them for research purposes only.
  • We will send you a newsletter with updates on the study’s findings.

Why Should I Participate?

  • You can help us understand why people with prenatal alcohol exposure are different from each other.
  • This will helps us improve treatment of FASD, which will help other people with prenatal alcohol exposure or FASD.

Want to Learn More?

You can ask questions by contacting us at fasd@iu.edu or 844-378-0002.
You can also visit the Learn More about DiG FASD page or watch the video below.