Jordan Grapel is a Senior Clinical Research Specialist at the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development. His duties include assisting in the conduction of various ongoing EEG and eye-tracking studies. Jordan graduated from Skidmore College in 2016 with a Bachelor in Arts degree in Psychology. During his time at Skidmore, Jordan volunteered at the annual Autism Awareness Fair, interned at Saratoga Bridges, and was Vice President of Skidmore’s musical theater club: Cabaret Troupe. In the summers of the 2014 and 2015, Jordan was an intern at the Yale Child Study Center, where he published a research article in the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. In 2018, Jordan graduated from the University of Massachusetts in Lowell with a Master in Science degree in Autism Studies. During his time there, Jordan completed his ABA practicum at Bridgewell, conducted a Master’s thesis entitled The Effects of the Type of Stimuli on Performance on Global and Local Processing in Autism, and received the ASD Graduate Student Research Award. Jordan is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).