Hilibrand Autism Fellowship in Adolescence and Adulthood

The Hilibrand Autism Fellowship is devoted to understanding the psychological and developmental needs of adolescents and adults with ASD, and their families. The program accepts one scholar a year (PhD, EdD, or MD is required), and is located at the Yale Child Study Center. The selected fellow will be directly mentored by senior faculty at the Yale Child Study Center, and will participate in research, teaching, and clinical activities within the Yale Developmental Disabilities Clinic, the Yale Autism Program, the McPartland Lab, and the Yale Study Center. By providing mentorship, resources, and a fertile scientific environment, the Hilibrand Fellowship enables trainees to initiate innovative research programs that they can carry forward in their transitions to independent investigators and in founding their own labs.

Application Deadline: April 1, 2017