The mission of the Lurie Center for Autism is to advance knowledge and understanding of autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disorders. We continue to expand our educational opportunities for professional training. If you have questions about educational opportunities through the Lurie Center, please email us at

At our Lexington clinic, we currently participate in the training of Harvard medical students, MGH pediatric residents, MGH neurology residents, MGH/McLean psychiatry residents, and McLean neuropsychology fellows, including our own neuropsychology postdoctoral fellowship specializing in ASD. To read more about our professional training opportunities, follow the links below: 

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Assessment
Predoctoral Practicum in Clinical Neuropsychology
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Communication Analysis, Modeling and Intervention in ASD
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Experimental Biology and Computational Biology

We are also seeking Child and Adolescent Psychiatry trained clinicians to apply for the MGH Fellowship Training Program in Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Follow the link below for details.  
MGH Fellowship Program in Autism Spectrum Disorder 

The Lurie Center for Autism is now offering ECHO Autism, a virtual learning network providing real-time access to autism and behavior experts. Join us monthly, to bring the best autism care to primary care. Sign up for ECHO Autism by emailing or calling 781-860-1711.