Amy Margolis is a Research Associate at the Yale Child Study Center and the Program Manager at the Infant and Toddler Developmental Disabilities Clinic and Yale Early Social Cognition Lab. Amy directs the day-to-day activities of the lab and serves as the primary contact for outreach, recruitment and dissemination of research activity, helping to build connections in the Autism and clinical pediatric communities. She oversees the management of multiple clinical studies with collaborating groups and manages the regulatory requirements for the protection of human participation in research. Amy joined the Child Study Center in 2009 with more than 20 years of experience in Pediatric Research at Yale School of Medicine. As part of her work in the department, she has initiated the organization of the Postgraduate Associates Committee at the Child Study Center, providing our postgrad fellows with educational and enrichment opportunities to expand their training experience. Previous research includes: coordinating, staffing and training various clinical studies at Yale and at associated sites across the country, efficacy studies of pediatric immunizations and social and educational investigation of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). She received her Bachelor's Degree from Union College, and has done graduate work at UCONN and Southern Connecticut State University.