Bio: Kana is an Honorary Research Fellow at CRAE where she completed her PhD. Her doctoral research investigated and characterized loneliness in autistic adults, with particular focus on measurements and lived experiences. You can read her thesis here.
Kana is multiply-neurodivergent, and she is keen to co-produce her research with other neurodivergent people. She is particularly interested in research on health and wellbeing among neurodivergent people, and she has collaborated with many neurodivergent people and researchers all over the world.
- Umagami, K., Remington, A., Lloyd-Evans, B., Davies, J., & Crane, L. (2022). Loneliness in autistic adults: A systematic review. Autism.
- Han, E., Scior, K., Heath, E. L., Umagami, K., & Crane, L. (2022). Development of stigma-related support for autistic adults: insights from the autism community.