At the Asante Centre, our practice is informed by up-to-date research to address Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other complex developmental needs.  In addition, we contribute to ongoing research efforts by maintaining a clinical database, participating in coordinated research program planning with community agencies and academic institutions, and conducting research studies. 

Health Study: The Role of the Immune System


Kwantlen Polytechnic University: Lifespan Cognition Lab


Paternal Caregiving of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


Sleep Study


Knowledge Translation and Adopting Novel Technologies in the Field of ASD

Consent Form for ASD Study      Invitation Letter for ASD Study

Success at Work Study


Self Regulation Program Study


Eye Movement and Brain Functioning Study


External Research Opportunities

Red Flagging Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) among Mental Health Specialists


Dr. Mansfield Mela MBBS, FWACP, MRC (PSYCH), MSC, FRCPC                                             Professor of Psychiatry,                                                                                                                                   Division of Forensic Psychiatry,                                                                                                                                     University of Saskatchewan Tel: 306-966-8230,   

Dr. Chibuike Chizea MBBS,                                                                                                                                                     MPHResearch Assistant,                                                                                                                                              Department of Psychiatry,                                                                                                                                          University of Saskatchewan Tel: 3062615579,

This survey is designed to help us identify and summarize into the domains of brain function, peculiar behaviors among those diagnosed with FASD. Further analysis of these domain specific behaviors will assist clinicians in identifying those who require further assessment.

Participation in this survey is voluntary, and you can decide not to participate at any time by closing your browser, or choose not to answer any questions you don’t feel comfortable with.  Survey responses will remain anonymous. Since the survey is anonymous, once it is submitted it cannot be removed. There are no known risks to participating in this survey.

This survey is hosted by Fluid Survey, a USA owned company, see the following for more information on Fluid Survey Data Privacy in Canada 

The link below will open a survey, just click or copy it into your browser. If you prefer to complete a hard copy please contact Dr. Chizea and a hard copy will be mailed to you. Completion of the survey should take about 15 minutes (Except clinic coordinators).

This research project has been approved on ethical grounds by the University of Saskatchewan Research Ethics Board.  Any questions regarding your rights as a participant may be addressed to that committee through the Research Ethics Office (306) 966-2975. Out of town participants may call toll free (888) 966-2975

By completing and submitting this questionnaire, you’re free and informed consent is implied and indicates that you understand the above conditions of participation in this study.