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Paige Furano
Paige Furano, BS
Research Assistant, Autism Center
Child Mind Institute

Paige Furano is a research assistant at the Autism Center under the guidance of Dr. Adriana Di Martino. In this role, she supports the Autism Center’s endeavors of understanding the neurobiology in autism and ADHD starting in early childhood. Paige assists with participant recruitment, as well as the collection, management, and analysis of behavioral, cognitive, and brain imaging data.

Paige graduated from Bucknell University with a Bachelor of Science in neuroscience and a minor in education. During her studies at Bucknell, she worked on research examining differences in visuotactile integration abilities in those with autistic traits. Paige also conducted a study on the effect of the increased presence of masks during the COVID-19 pandemic on the emotion perception abilities and emotional dysregulation of people experiencing social anxiety. Paige has experience working with children and young adults with autism and other behavioral and learning conditions in various social and academic settings.

Paige is excited to deepen her knowledge of the neurobiology of autism and related disorders and contribute to the Autism Center research team. Her future goals include pursing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology.

Education

  • BS, Neuroscience, Bucknell University