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Madison Drye is a clinical research assistant at the Center for Autism Research.
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 autism spectrum disorder (ASD), in addition to an observational study of individuals diagnosed with creatine transporter deficiency. Before her time at CAR, Drye studied biopsychology, cognition, and neuroscience at the University of Michigan where she developed interests in clinical research, intellectual disability, and healthcare quality improvement. Drye 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.