Fellowships in Intellectual Disability and Autism
ASSISTID will train experienced researchers in the skills necessary to make a difference in the lives of people with autism and intellectual disability through improved communication, social inclusion and education.
This is the first time a network of multidisciplinary researchers have come together on this scale to develop assistive technologies for those with autism and ID and is a opportunity for researchers to advance their career through expert training and international mobility.
Deadline June 30th 2016
Interim Deadline February 29th 2016
For more information: Dr. Sheeona Gorman