August: We are delighted to have received QR policy funding to support our collaboration with Autistica which will look at the utility of the ICF CoreSets for Autism in the UK

July: Congratulations to Jiayi Chen, who has passed his PhD viva with minor corrections. Jiayi's thesis was entitled A cross-cultural study of autism stigma and camouflage in the UK and China 

June: Welcome to Dr Marianne Day who will be working on a Colt Foundation funded project entitled: Understanding and Tackling the Barriers to Employment Experienced by Autistic Adults

May: It was a great privilege to attend INSAR and share our findings on What Autistic Adults want from Post-diagnostic Support. This work will be published in Autism soon! Also, congratulations to Louis Stokes, who has passed his PhD viva with minor corrections. Louis' thesis was entitled The impact of MYT1L-syndrome on behaviour and cognition  

April: Attendance at the SBRI Healthcare annual conference enabled us to share findings on our pilot work on the ICF CoreSets for Autism web platform in the UK

March:  Congratulations to Rosie Wilson DClinPsy on publishing work from her thesis: The experience of seeking, receiving, and reflecting upon a diagnosis of autism in the UK: A meta-synthesis of qualitative studies conducted with autistic individuals 

February: Pleased that our chapter on Autism Across the World will be published in the Handbook for Autism 5th Edition

January: It was great to present at the Psychonomics and EPS joint symposium on Cognition in the “real-world”: How, Why and What next?