The MSU Autism Lab is hiring!

The MSU Autism Research Lab is seeking one to two full-time research assistants to begin around June, 2021 to work on a large multi-site treatment effectiveness trial: the RISE study! This position is ideal for a candidate looking to gain additional research experience in clinical psychology before applying to graduate school. Download the job ad below to learn more.

Kyle Frost Wins a Two-Year National Research Service Award (F31)!

Kyle was recently awarded a two-year National Research Service Award (F31) from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development for a project titled: “Using the Theory of Change framework to map active ingredients and mechanisms of change underlying an early parent-implemented intervention for autism spectrum disorder.”

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This NIH grant will fund her dissertation work, and enable her participation in a variety of training and professional development opportunities over the next two years!

RISE study

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Dr. Ingersoll, together with several study collaborators across the country, were recently award a large grant from the National Institute of Mental Health! Stay tuned for more information about the RISE Study!

Congratulations, Karís!

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A big congratulations to Karís Casagrande for successfully defending her dissertation entitled “Family Training under the Medicaid Autism Benefit: Understanding parent perspectives on barriers to engagement.”

We wish her the best of luck as she begins her clinical internship at the University of New Mexico Center for Development and Disability.