The READi Lab is excited to announce that we are hiring a Postdoctoral Fellow to join our team on the new RISE (Reciprocal Imitation for Social Engagement) Study. RISE is a multisite NIMH grant designed to examine the effectiveness of, and mechanisms of action for, Reciprocal Imitation Training (RIT) when implemented by Early Intervention providers.
We are collaborating with the University of Massachusetts Boston, Michigan State University, Rush University Medical Center, and the Boston University School of Medicine. This partnership offers a unique opportunity to examine the effectiveness of RIT in community-based settings across four states (Massachusetts, Michigan, Washington, and Illinois). Together, we can better understand the training, tools, and supports that EI professionals need to ensure that young children with autism attain their optimal outcomes.
Please click here to read the position announcement.