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 a the University of New Mexico Center for Development and Disability.