Rose Nevill

Rose Nevill

  • Research Assistant Professor

Office Location

Bavaro Hall 218B
417 Emmet Street S
Charlottesville, VA 22903


Rose Nevill's research focuses on methods for enhancing evaluation and intervention for people with autism and related developmental disabilities across the lifespan. Areas of focus include promoting effective autism screening in early childhood, treatment development for co-occurring behavioral, mental, and physical health concerns in people with IDD, and enhancing autism awareness within communities through caregiver and professional education. Currently, she is developing autism awareness training programs for first responders in Virginia and a mindfulness-based stress reduction intervention for adults with autism and intellectual disability. 

Nevill currently directs the UVA Autism Research Core, which provides research support to autism, disability, or education-focused studies and labs across UVA, with a focus on participant recruitment, protocol development, assessment, and project coordination. She is also the project lead for Autism DRIVE, an online portal that houses a statewide autism research registry, an interactive autism resources directory, and a number of educational initiatives focused on autism.

Prior to joining the University of Virginia, Rose Nevill completed a postdoctoral specialization in behavior analysis at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Nevill is a licensed clinical psychologist and a doctoral-level board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA-D). 


Ph.D., The Ohio State University
M.A., The Ohio State University
B.S., B.A. Virginia Tech

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