The UCL Centre for Research in Autism and Education (CRAE) is headed by Dr Anna Remington (Director) with Dr Laura Crane (Deputy Director). The research conducted at CRAE is wide-ranging: spanning psychology (with a specific focus on attention/memory), employment, education, healthcare and justice – all with a strong ethos of participatory research. We are delighted to offer an autistic researcher the opportunity to work at CRAE as part of a Masters at UCL Institute of Education. This would include carrying out a dissertation research project at CRAE (designed by the autistic researcher, on a topic of their choosing). Funds from the scheme would be used to pay tuition fees and research costs (e.g. participant payment, transcription, conference attendance). The autistic researcher would be considered a full member of CRAE and would be involved with all events/initiatives within the Centre (e.g., annual lectures, film screenings, ‘Brain Detectives’ science clubs, weekly lab meetings).
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