AES/MVS Faculty Member Haylie Miller Tackles Motor Issues For Kids With Autism

December 17, 2021

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Presented by School of Kinesiology

This article focuses on the background and research of Kinesiology faculty member Dr. Haylie Miller, with a special focus on her research which seeks to tackle motor issues for children with Autism. Dr. Miller is an assistant professor of Applied Exercise Science and Movement Science, director of the Motor & Visual Development Lab, and director of the newly-founded University of Michigan Consortium for Autism Research, Education, & Services (UM-CARES). She joined our school as a faculty member in January 2021. We sat down with Dr. Miller to talk about her background and research.

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