The McMaster Autism Research Team would like to congratulate our trainee Dr. Claire (Yun-Ju) Chen for being a recipient of the Society for Research in Childhood Development (SRSD) Early Career Interdisciplinary Scholars Fellowship Program!
The fellowship program is established and organized by SRCD’s Interdisciplinary Committee and aims to connect interdisciplinary and psychology/human development scholars, providing a forum in which scientists of various disciplines can share research and interdisciplinary scientific methods. This year’s cohort includes outstanding scholars whose research is related to a diverse range of fields such as early childhood education policy, environmental toxicology and epidemiology, and criminal justice.
Through participating in this fellowship program, Claire is most excited about connecting with and learning from various scholars in the field of developmental psychology to refine her conceptual and methodological lens.
Please see Claire’s full fellowship bio at this link.
We are excited to see Claire’s continued work in advancing autism care through meaningful research.