Autism Research Thesis in Three
When? 12pm-2pm on Friday 2nd April 2021
Why? Showcase the impactful work ongoing in the Irish autism research community on World Autism Awareness Day 2021
Who? Early-career autism researchers in Universities around the country will be invited to participate in a “Thesis in Three” competition. The competition will be publicly accessible to a wide audience, including autistic individuals, interested family members, healthcare providers and anybody wanting to find out about autism research in Ireland
Collaboration Maynooth University and Trinity College Dublin
What & How The “Thesis in Three” is an exciting competition format that encourages researchers to communicate their work through concise delivery without the use of jargon. The competition will be hosted entirely online through Zoom
Legacy? 1) Highlight the breadth of autism research in Ireland to the public 2) Raise public awareness of the importance of research and its past, present and potential impact 3) Establish a network of autism researchers in Ireland.
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