The STAR initiative, led by the School of Education and Human Development, in partnership with colleagues across the University, aims to improve the lives of individuals with autism through groundbreaking research and innovative models for intervention and training.
The newly developed Autism Research Core supports pan-university autism research by providing centralized project coordination, recruitment, and specialized testing by certified personnel.
The dynamic new Autism DRIVE enables secure storage and sharing of autism data, helping to monitor progress and outcomes. The system also provides access to resources and supports for families and professionals – infusing cutting-edge knowledge into community-based practices. The STAR initiative also supports an innovative Autism Research in Practice System, providing a framework for integrating research and training into existing systems of care.
ECHOs are case-based virtual networks that provide access to specialists at the local, state, and university level to improve the lives of individuals with autism.
Our Impact: A look at the numbers
Individuals trained through STAR programs and networks
Research studies facilitated through this initiative
peer-reviewed publications from our collaborators
Last updated 12/9/2020