Clinical Research Assistant
Madison Drye is a Clinical Research Assistant at the Center for Autism Research (CAR). She mainly works on a longitudinal study observing infant-caregiver synchrony in children with and without ASD, in addition to an observational study of individuals diagnosed with creatine transporter deficiency. Before her time at CAR, Madison studied Biopsychology, Cognition & Neuroscience at the University of Michigan where she developed interests in clinical research, intellectual disability, and healthcare quality improvement. Madison has plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology and engage further in clinical and research work, with hopes to ultimately improve screening methods and quality of life for children with intellectual disabilities.