Schwab DCDC Spring Symposium 2023

Advancing Understanding and Support for Dyslexia and Cognitive Diversity: From Neurobiological Mechanisms to Real-World Implications

Drs. Matthew State, MD, PhD, Marilu Gorno Tempini, MD, PhD, and Stephen Hinshaw, PhD, invite you to The Schwab Dyslexia and Cognitive Diversity Center annual Spring Symposium. featuring national experts in dyslexia research and policy and an opportunity to hear about preliminary research supported by the Schwab Innovation Funds.

Here is the link to register! Participants should register to receive the link to join us online from 9am to noon on May 3, 2023. 

Innovation Fund Research Updates

  • Matteo Visconti di Oleggio Castello, PhD, Detailed Cortical Mapping of Language Representations in Dyslexia: A Voxelwise Modeling Approach
  • Robin Irey, PhD, Semantics to Morphological Intervention: A Study within a Neuroscience-Education Partnership
  • Madeline Klinger, PhD and Linda Wilbrecht, PhD, How Does Adolescent Learning Differ from Adult Learning? Behavioral and Cellular-Level Investigations in Mice
  • Eleanor Palser, PhD, A Sunny Disposition and A Big Heart: Mapping Socio-Emotional Strengths in Dyslexia
  • Michelle V. Porche, EdD, Educational Trajectories for System-Involved Youth: Preliminary Results
  • Elliot Sherr, MD, PhD, Novel Linkages Between Developmental Dyslexia, the Genetics of Structural Brain Anomalies, and Language Lateralization
  • Monica Zegers Larrain, PhD, Innovations in the Development of Dyslexia Screening Measures for Spanish-Speaking Students

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