Thomas Malo Bombarde

Student, Durham University
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About Thomas Malo Bombarde

My project looks at the educational outcomes of children on the Autistic Disorder Spectrum and their correlates.

My subjects are Mathematics and Economics within NatSci at Durham University, but I'm eager to engage with anything economics, mathematics and mental health more broadly.

I am a/an:

Undergraduate Scholar

Area of Expertise

Economics Mathematics

Research Topic

Mental Health Population Health Sociology Statistics

Laidlaw Cohort Year

2021

University

Durham University

I am from:

France

I speak:

English French

My hobbies/interests are:

Chess Cooking/Baking Foreign languages Gym Nature & environment Podcasts Politics & current events Travelling Volunteering Writing/blogging

I am open to participating in mentoring/buddy programmes

Yes

Intro Content

Poster Economics Mental Health Social Sciences

Research poster: Early life trajectories for adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder, a Millennium Cohort study.

Research poster for my first Laidlaw summer (2021), investigating outcomes and ambitions for adolescents with ASD at age 17.

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Recent Comments

Aug 18, 2021

Really glad I saw this. This is one impressive summer output, well done on your work. Also, slick poster!

May 31, 2021

Hi Jackson, stumbled on here but this looks really promising! Looking forward to seeing your results and your approach to building a model.

Comment on Research Proposal
Apr 21, 2021

This is really interesting. Good luck, I'm excited to see what you report!

Apr 02, 2021

This looks an amazing project. Having a brother who has an ASD, I know how important access to educational and employment activities is. I really hope the project goes well!

Fascinating! I look forward to reading your proposal if you upload it and getting to learn more from your research; family and environment is such a big part of mental health. I’m really glad to find a future scholar in similar research and I hope we get to talk more at some point. Good luck with your work in the meantime!

Apr 02, 2021

This looks an amazing project. Having a brother who has an ASD, I know how important access to educational and employment activities is. I really hope the project goes well!

Thanks Luke that’s really encouraging. I also have a twin with ASD, so am really keen to do my best. I’m curious to see what your research will look like, is it also a study of ASD?  

Apr 02, 2021
Replying to Maria Valenstain

This looks so interesting!

Thanks Maria!