Centre for Applied Autism Research

Research projects

Funded projects

Title Principal Investigator Budget Funder Research theme
Autism in Mainstream Units in Schools across Europe: Identification and dissemination of best practice (AMUSE) Prof Mark Brosnan £218,368 ERASMUS+ Developing practical applications
Developing and implementing a framework for evidence-based practice for technology relevant for autism Prof Mark Brosnan £88,739 FIRAH Developing practical applications
Cybercrime Prof Mark Brosnan, Dr Ailsa Russell, Dr Katie Maras and Mr Richard Mills £90,000 Barclays Bank/ National Crime Agency Social, cognitive and interoceptive processes
Bath Employment Spring School for Autism (BESSA) Dr Chris Ashwin and Prof Mark Brosnan £24,840 JP Morgan Inclusive communities
Bath Autism Summer School Centre for Applied Autism Research Not applicable Robert Burgess (Business Administration graduate 1994) and The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund Inclusive communities
Support for adults with autism in interviews Dr Katie Maras £279,555 Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Developing practical applications
Elucidating the ‘shared brain’ Dr Chris Ashwin £127,110 Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Social, cognitive and interoceptive processes
Guided self-help for depression in adults with autism spectrum disorders Dr Ailsa Russell £418,000 National Institute for Health Research Developing practical applications
Digital Bubbles: Innovative technologies for Autism Prof Mark Brosnan £30,063 Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Social, cognitive and interoceptive processes
Developing computer-based support to address challenging behaviour in ASD Prof Mark Brosnan £202,000 Leverhulme Trust Developing practical applications
Developing technology for families of people with ASD Prof Mark Brosnan £176,00 ERASMUS+ Inclusive communities
ASC me I.T. Prof Mark Brosnan £31,000 Impact Acceleration Account (IAA)/Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Inclusive communities
Maths Island Tutor Prof Mark Brosnan £497,000 Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Developing practical applications
Evaluation of Quality of life in autism- the WHO-BREFF Mr Richard Mills £70,000 Shirley Foundation Inclusive communities