Listed below are some important resources and websites for students and trainees
The AUCD network is proud to be your professional home – a place where you can learn about the issues, connect with others, get involved, and grow as a leader, with the ultimate goal of positively impacting the lives of people with disabilities and their families.
The Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health (AIR-P) establishes and maintains an interdisciplinary, multicenter research network for scientific collaboration and infrastructure to increase the life expectancy and quality of life for autistic individuals, particularly for underserved and vulnerable populations. The purpose of the AIR-P is to support innovative life course intervention research that promotes optimal health and well-being of autistic individuals across the lifespan.
AIR-P Scholars Program: The goal of the AIR-P Scholars & Pilot and Feasibility funding is to launch the next generation of researchers seeking to promote the health and well-being of autistic individuals across the lifespan.
AIR-P Webinars: In collaboration with the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), AIR-P holds monthly webinars showcasing our work and current research. Previous webinar recordings can be found on our YouTube channel.
The Maternal and Child (MCH) Interest Group enables fellows in the Maternal & Child Health Training (MCHT) Program to network, collaborate and share experiences with each other outside of class, meeting for one hour each week during the academic year. Attendance in this group is a requirement of the Leadership Program, but open to all graduate students in the Fielding School of Public Health as well as to the greater UCLA student community interested in MCH issues.
All Brains is a student-focused and student-led program that plans and arranges events around constant feedback from neurodiverse students at UCLA. Our collaboration with campus resources such as the Center for Accessible Education (CAE), Bruin Resource Center (BRC), and Residential Life has allowed us to create a community that caters to the social and emotional well-being of neurodiverse students. All Brains is proud to be UCLA's first neurodiversity initiative, making UCLA one of the nation's leading neurodiversity-friendly campuses.