Welcome to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Child Neurodevelopment Research Lab
We conduct research about cognitive and psychosocial functioning of children with Williams syndrome and children with neurofibromatosis type 1 to learn about how best to support the needs of children and families.
We incorporate approaches from the fields of developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, child clinical psychology, and child neuropsychology.
Our research includes:
(1) behavioral phenotyping research, describing of the social, emotional, and cognitive strengths and weaknesses to lay groundwork for genotype-phenotype investigations.
(2) treatment research, examining the effectiveness of psychosocial interventions for use with children with Williams syndrome or neurofibromatosis type 1.
PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS: On November 16th, UWM Clinical Psychology is hosting a virtual event for students who identify with backgrounds historically underrepresented in the field. More information here – we look forward to meeting you!