Jill A. Hollway
Jill A. Hollway, a holder of Ph.D., M.A. degrees, is Experimental Psychologist at The Ohio State University’s Nisonger Center UCEDD, Columbus, OH, USA. Her title is Research Scientist and her responsibilities include planning, conducting, and analyzing experiments, with the intent to develop new interventions and treatments for addressing behavioral issues that often cooccur with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). She work as part of a team in the Research Unit on Pediatric Psychopharmacology (RUPP) Autism Network, and her roles include working as study clinician, psychometrician, and data analyst. Hollway received her Master degree in the Department of Special Education in Applied Behavior Analysis and has acted as a behavior intervention specialist on several research projects. Her dissertation research in the Department of Psychology focused on risk markers of sleep disturbance in children with ASDs.
Biography Updated on 1 October 2012