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NISE Fellow Hari Srinivasan Delivers Keynote at the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development Autism Seminar Series

Posted by on Wednesday, April 17, 2024 in FCAI News.

FCAI would like to congratulate Hari Srinivasan on his recent keynote address an the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development’s 2023-24 Autism Seminar Series on April 3, 2024. Hari is a self-advocate, a PhD student in neuroscience at Vanderbilt University, a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow, and a Neurodiversity Inspired Science and Engineering fellow at FCAI, among other accomplishments. His presentation, “Redefine the Table,” was attended by more than 275 individuals from 12 countries, marking one of the highest attended seminars in the 10-year history of the Duke Autism Seminar Series. Through his personal narrative and professional insights, Hari illuminated the critical need to redefine the conversation around autism and disability to foster true belonging, inclusivity, and meaningful support across the lifespan. His advocacy for embracing multiple aspects of disability and challenging perspectives around disability to achieve equity in social, medical, and research spaces is commendable and inspiring.

Read the full article on Hari’s keynote here.