Adora Du earned her BS in Psychological and Brain Sciences from the University of California Santa Barbara and has experience working in the clinical field with a wide range of client populations, diagnoses, and settings. Adora is excited to join the SMART Center as a Research Coordinator and hopes to integrate her clinical experiences with her desire to improve implementation of mental health services through research in the future. Her research interests include understanding non-suicidal self-injurious behaviors and suicide prevention in school settings. In her free time, Adora loves reading, exploring new coffee shops, and cuddling her corgi.
The purpose of this multi-site study is to develop and evaluate a multi-phase implementation and sustainment strategy to support evidence-based practice use across different interventions for individuals with autism, settings, and ages. Click here for more information.
The purpose of this study is to identify which evidence-based practices (EBPs) teachers and paraeducators use to more meaningfully include and retain autistic children in general education settings; and the malleable individual and organizational characteristics that increase EBP use. Click here for more information.