Undergraduate students Katie Klein, Abbie Broadhead, Reet Verma, Ainsley Bradbury, and Maria Striebich represented our lab at Discover UofSC. This local conference showcases research, scholarship, leadership and creative projects by undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral scholars and medical scholars representing the entire UofSC System. Special congratulations to Katie, who received first place!

Kathryn (Katie) Klein, first place winner, with her poster “Verbal Fluency and the Broad Autism Phenotype”
Students Reet Verma (left) with poster, “Anxiety and Sensory Responsivity Examined in Adolescents and Adults with FXS through an Auditory Startle Probe”, and Ainsley Bradbury (right), “Speech and Language Disfluencies in Mothers of Children with Autism or FXS Across Communicative Contexts”.
Maria Striebich presenting “Speech Production and Monitoring in Mothers with the Fragile X Premutation”.
Abigail (Abbie) Broadhead presenting her research, “Correlation between with Broad Autism Phenotype Feature of Aloofness and Maternal Depression and Social Anxiety”.

Congratulations Katie, Reet, Ainsley, Maria, and Abbie! We are proud of your work!