RESEARCH AT DDDC
All research at DDDC is conducted within the guidelines of the Institutional Review Board of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at Rutgers University and includes fully informed parental consent.
As a University-based progam within the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology of Rutgers University, the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center's Behavior and Research Services works collaboratively with the other units of the DDDC to do first-rate research, community education, and professional training in autism, and autism-related services.
Both undergraduate and graduate students particpate in the Center's research and services.
Our clinical faculty and many of our staff members serve as a resource for students interested in learning more about educational and therapeutic interventions for children and adults with autism. Click here to learn more about the role of clinical faculty at the Center.