108 Townsend Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
Dr. Nargiza Buranova is a Preparing Future Faculty-Faculty Diversity postdoctoral fellow in Special Education at the University of Missouri. She completed her Ph.D. in Special Education at the University of Missouri. She has worked on several federally funded research projects including the vSocial project that aimed to develop an immersive online social training environment for youth with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Dr. Buranova’s research focuses on social skills intervention for students with autism spectrum disorder and technologies to support the social skills development of students. Dr. Buranova is also interested in studying the impact of social skills performance on mental health and the ways the interventions can be used to support these skills among adolescents with ASD.
Areas of Expertise
- Social Skills Interventions for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Videoconference/Telehealth Interventions
- Technologies to support students’ learning