Training in both autism research and clinical practice for post-undergraduates interested in pursuing a combined clinical and research career in autism treatment.
Each year many post-BAs join our team in a full-time work-training program. Each program is at least one year, and many have an option to extend for a second year. The training combines elements of experiential learning with supervision, self-directed learning, and shadowing. Post-BAs are included in weekly lab meetings, Grand Rounds, seminars, and other didactic opportunities.
The Yale Child Study Center is a leading institution for the study of human development, from pre-natal neural networks to children and adolescents affected by a wide range of psychiatric disorders and social disabilities. Our core mission is to improve the lives of children and families through research, service, and training. We are a center for basic neurodevelopmental research, and a for developing effective treatment strategies for neurodevelopmental and behavioral problems troubling children, adolescents, and families. We engage in our community with clinical services in clinics, community settings, homes, and pediatric practices.
Translational research in the genetics of autism using a zebrafish model system to identify neural mechanisms and novel pharmacological candidates.
Analyzing and reporting on data from 19 sites across Connecticut that provide in-home psychiatric treatment to children and families.