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Alison Pomykacz-Hulick, MA, EdS
Alison Pomykacz-Hulick
Clinical Research Project Manager and Psychometrician

Alison Pomykacz-Hulick is a certified school psychologist, and a clinical research project manager and psychometrician at the Center for Autism Research.

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Bio

Alison Pomykacz- Hulick is a certified school psychologist, and a clinical research project manager and psychometrician at the Center for Autism Research (CAR).

Her responsibilities include overseeing clinical research assistants and study coordinators on day-to-day tasks of recruitment, eligibility, and coordination of clinical visits, to ensure proper implementation of study goals across a variety of projects, and to collaborate with upper management regarding study protocols to carry out project tasks and meet recruitment goals. Hulick also conducts developmental and cognitive standardized measures, semi-structured, and behavioral assessments with research participants with high proficiency across a wide range of ages and developmental functioning.

Hulick started with CAR in 2013, working on The Study to Explore Early Development (SEED) and Early Autism Longitudinal Risk Investigation (EARLI) early childhood studies. She currently serves as a clinician for the Social-Motor Functioning in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) study. Hulick received her Bachelor's in Psychology at Neumann University in 2009. In 2013, she completed her Master's and Educational Specialist in School Psychology at Rowan University, during which time she completed a full-year internship where she served as a School Psychologist in a New Jersey school district under the supervision of the Director of Special Education. Hulick enjoys working with families and helping scientists at CAR to further ASD research.