Monique’s research focuses on the role of minority stress, stigma, and discrimination in the mental health outcomes of autistic people. As an autistic autism researcher, Monique is passionate about a socially just, ethical, and engaged form of science, which aims for emancipation and equality. Monique currently has a 3-year Leverhulme Fellowship where they will be examining dehumanisation and interpretation bias in autism researchers.
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Dr Eilidh Cage is attending Autism Europe to present recent research on the topic of adult autism diagnosis. You can view/download the poster below to…
You may have noticed that at around this time of year, lots of researchers are looking for participants on Twitter! Part of the reason for…
We have recently learned of a newly funded project at the University of Stirling called “The Cortical Head Direction System as a Model for Systems-level…