VUMC Reporter Features SENSE Lab Research

SENSE Lab Director, Dr. Blythe Corbett, was recently interviewed for a featured article in the VUMC Reporter, highlighting the SENSE Lab’s NIMH-funded “Teen Development in Youth with and without Autism”. To read the article and hear from Dr. Corbett on the importance of studying adolescence and pubertal development, click here! Those interested in learning more about the SENSE Lab’s research studies and how to participate can go to our Participate in Research page or contact Read more…

SENSE Theatre® Featured in VUMC’s “Discover”

The SENSE Theatre® intervention program was recently featured in an article for Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s new digital publishing platform, Discover. Click here for a link to the article. Research to support the theatre-based intervention is discussed, with quotes and discussion from SENSE Theatre® founder and SENSE Lab director, Dr. Blythe Corbett. The current NIMH-funded multisite study is highlighted as well. If you are interested in learning more about SENSE Theatre® and our intervention study, Read more…

Check out a recent article about SENSE research from Nashville Parent!

The SENSE Lab’s federally-funded project on Teen Development was recently highlighted in Nashville Parent magazine. The article includes details on the study with quotes from Principal Investigator and SENSE Lab Director, Dr. Blythe Corbett and can be found on the Nashville Parent website. Click here to read story. For more information on our research program and how you and your child can participate in our study, click here.

Studying Development in Youth with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder

The SENSE Lab is actively enrolling participants for a new, NIH-funded grant to investigate pubertal development in autism. Puberty is an important developmental period, and this important transition in ASD lacks research. The study is seeking both typically developing children and children with autism, ages 10-13! More information can be found here For information on how to participate or to learn more about our research, please click here