Jason Anthony, Ph.D., specializes in child psychopathology, developmental disabilities, interventions, assessment of children, learning disabilities, literacy acquisition, and family-and school-based interventions at the preschool, school-age and adolescent children.
Professor of Pediatrics, Children’s Learning Institute, UTHealth Medical School
Marcia Barnes, Ph.D., studies academic skill development and learning disabilities in mathematics and reading comprehension in preschoolers and school-age children. She has a special emphasis on learning difficulties in children with neurodevelopmental disorders.
Susan Landry, Ph.D., a nationally recognized expert in early childhood education, has led numerous research projects that promote early cognitive growth, development and quality learning environments for young children. She is currently involved in using the knowledge gained from years of studying young children to help promote the national goals of early childhood literacy initiatives.
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