Meet the various members of the Duncan Lab and learn more about the roles they play within the lab.
I’m a clinical psychologist who specializes in helping adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) develop the necessary skills to make a successful transition to the adult world in the areas of employment, independent living and community participation.
In addition to helping patients, I do research that focuses on developing and evaluating interventions that target daily living skills. These include doing laundry, managing money, cooking and personal hygiene. My colleagues and I also study academic executive functioning skills such as organization, planning and prioritizing. Our research goes beyond skill-building in the adolescents with ASD, to working with their parents and teachers. We seek to provide both parents and teachers with the necessary coaching and support to increase success and quality of life for their children or students.
Senior Clinical Research Coordinator
I graduated with a bachelor's of science in psychology from Northern Kentucky University, and have been working as a clinical research coordinator since December of 2009. In that time, I have worked mostly with teens and young adults with autism spectrum disorder in studies that teach daily living skills. I have been lead coordinator on many projects, as well as assisted with countless others in a variety of specializations. Though I have experience with all aspects of clinical research, my main interests as a senior coordinator are data management and cleaning, regulatory, reporting, study start up / closeout and training.
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