Hannah Fipp-Rosenfield is a doctoral student in the Early Intervention Research Group. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD in communication sciences and disorders and her clinical certification in speech-language pathology. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Visual Art Studies. Upon graduating, Hannah was a research assistant for two years at EIRG working as an interventionist testing the efficacy of a parent-mediated disruptive behavior intervention for toddlers with autism. As a graduate student, Hannah is focused on the relationship between disruptive behavior and language development in children with ASD. From her research, she hopes to inform and individualizing parent-mediated evidence-based interventions with the long term goals of supporting parents and improving developmental outcomes for children with autism.
Favorite Children’s Book: Chloe and Maude
Favorite Childhood Toy: Teddy bear
Favorite Childhood Snack: Fruit snacks