The MSU Autism Lab is a research lab in the Michigan State University Department of Psychology directed by Dr. Brooke Ingersoll.
The MSU Autism Lab focuses on the development, dissemination, and implementation of evidence-based, community-viable interventions for children on the autism spectrum and their families, with the goal of improving meaningful outcomes.
Our lab studies parent-mediated early interventions for children with social communication delays.
We also offer professional training and consultation on Project ImPACT, an evidence-based early intervention.
Learn more about our spectacular team, including the lab director, graduate students, lab coordinator, and more!
Recent MSU Autism Lab News:
- Graduate student, Dr. Diondra Straiton, passes her dissertation defense!
- MSU Autism Lab Info Session
- The MSU Autism lab is hiring full-time research assistant
- Graduate Student Diondra Straiton, M.A. is a featured guest on Making Sense Sensory Health Podcast Series
- Happy Holidays from the MSU Autism Lab!