Max Rolison is a clinical fellow in the Albert J. Solnit Integrated Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry program. He received his B.S. with distinction in Psychology (Neuroscience) from Yale University and his M.D. Cum Laude from Yale School of Medicine. Max previously worked as a Sara S. Sparrow Fellow in Clinical Neuroscience in the McPartland Lab and Developmental Disabilities Clinic at the Yale Child Study Center. Since a young age, he has been interested in the care of children and teens with autism spectrum disorder. He has worked for many years with children with autism and other neurodevelopment disorders and their families. Max’s research has focused on understanding the neurobiological bases of autism spectrum disorder through electroencephalogram, eye-tracking, and functional magnetic resonance imaging. He aims to apply our knowledge of biomarkers in autism to develop better treatments and best individualize treatment interventions.