We are dedicated to better understanding the developmental trajectories of neurodevelopmental and genetic disorders through the use of multimodal methods.


Through collaborations with the greater Michigan community, we have pushed forward research in areas such as neural correlates of social communication in infants, neural organization and connectivity in Autism Spectrum Disorder, and early, comprehensive tracking of key developmental domains.  



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PediaTrac is a comprehensive online tool for tracking infant development that is currently under development. Future goals include identifying risk factors for atypical child development.

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Currently recruiting volunteer families with children 6-12 with and without Autism to better understand attention, language, and social skills using cognitive tests and EEG. 

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FNIRS Infant Social Communication Project


Through our collaboration with the University of Michigan, we are invested in learning about early social attention in infants using functional near-infrared spectroscopy.

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