Our Research

At the Wilson Motor Lab, our research utilizes innovative technologies and advanced analytical techniques to characterize and evaluate atypical motor function and development in infants, children, adolescents, and adults with autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders. Through our research, we aim to achieve a comprehensive clinical understanding of motor dysfunction in neurodevelopmental disorders and develop novel motor phenotyping techniques that can be utilized to inform clinical screening, early risk detection, and targeted interventions that will help improve outcomes and quality of life for the individuals and families we serve.

Active Research Studies

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1-17 years

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