Baranek named 2022 INSAR Fellow
May 27, 2022
Designation recognizes impactful scholarship of International Society for Autism Research members.
Associate Dean and Chair Grace Baranek has been named a 2022 Fellow of the International Society for Autism Research. The announcement was made at INSAR’s annual meeting in Austin, Texas.
The Fellow designation recognizes those INSAR members whose autism research has made a significant international impact on the scientific understanding of autism spectrum disorder, clinical practice, educational methods and/or policy.
Baranek, who directs the Innovations in Neurodevelopmental Sensory Processing Research (insp!re) lab, is a renowned expert on the sensory features of autistic children, which frequently affect their daily activities, routines and social participation.
“The highest honor for any academician is to be acknowledged by one’s peers, so I deeply appreciate being recognized as an INSAR Fellow, and look forward to continue building the knowledge about the sensory features of autistic children,” Baranek said.