Student Research opportunities
Undergraduate, master's, and doctoral students can find myriad opportunities to gain research experience with CIRA faculty across disciplines. Current and prospective students are encouraged to visit the Faculty page to learn more about their interests and labs and to contact faculty members via email with questions about opportunities to be involved in research.
- Dr. Lucy Barnard-Brak (email@example.com; Special Education): measurement and assessment issues for individuals with ASD
- Dr. Evie Malaia (firstname.lastname@example.org; Communicative Disorders): cognitive and linguistic processing in individuals with ASD
- Dr. Robin McWilliam (email@example.com; Special Education): early intervention, early childhood special education, child engagement, family quality of life
- Dr. Laura Morett (firstname.lastname@example.org; Educational Neuroscience): neural bases of communication in individuals with ASD
- Dr. Theodore Tomeny (email@example.com; Psychology): perceptions of ASD among parents, teachers, and the general public; risk- and protective-factors for typically-developing siblings and parents of those with ASD; co-morbid conditions in people with ASD
- Dr. Susan White (firstname.lastname@example.org; Psychology): developmental psychopathology; treatment, service development, and evaluation for people with ASD; psychiatric comorbidity in people who have ASD