Professor Dillenburger is the Director of the Centre for Behaviour Analysis at Queens (www.qub.ac.uk/cba). She is Course Director of the MSc in Autism Specturm Disorders (MScASD) and also teaches on the MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis (MScABA).
This research has included a major study of autism services in Northern Ireland (BASE Project) as well as the development of SimpleSteps (Autism Edition; www.simplestepsautism.com), an online learning resource for parents and professionals (cf., www.stamppp.com)
The objective of the research activity is to create an informed research agenda on alcohol and drugs use, a vital, one-stop resource for all those who aspire to make a difference.
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Name: Caleb Coyle
Years of Study: 2014 - present
Country: Northern Ireland
Name: Jason Majchrzak
Years of Study: 2015 - present
Name: Catriona Martin
Years of Study: 2012 - present
PhD Title: Children drawing their own conclusions: Transgenerational transmission of experiences of conflict and peace in Northern Ireland
Years of Study: Completed 2012
Current position: Research Fellow, Queen's University Belfast
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Current position: Assistant professor at the School of Inclusive and Special Education, Institute of Education, Dublin City University
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Current position: Senior Lecturer/Child Protection & Safeguarding Co-ordinator and Care Leaver Co-ordinator Education, Stranmillis University College
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