Susan Goebel-Goody, Ph.D. and Stephanie Fernandez, Ph.D. are Postdoctoral Fellows in the Laboratory of Developmental Neurobiology and are involved in translational neuroscience studies investigating Fragile X syndrome as well as the molecular mechanisms t
Family Support Services (FSS) programs provide population specific, home-based interventions for families with children whose behavioral problems are responsive to or exacerbated by persistent, severe environmental stress. The overarching goal of FSS prog
Investigators in the Developmental Electrophysiology Laboratory, a core research resource for the Child Study Center, use a state-of-the-art-method-- dense array electroencephalography--in which 128 or 256 sensors arranged in an easily applied net permit
Dr. Frederick Shic
Assistant Professor Frederick Shic reads to three visitors of the Child Study Center.
Suzanne Macari, PhD, interacts with a child participating in a study of early social development at the Child Study Center.
Karyn Bailey, MSW and Kasia Chawarska, Ph.D. discuss test results of a child seen through the Toddler Clinic.
YCSC Fellows 2011
Yale Child Study Center Fellows 2011-2012, excited to make a difference in the lives of children and families
Dr. Kasia Chawarska examines results of an eye tracking study in the Yale Early Social Cognition Lab with a graduate student, Frederick Shick and a research assistant, Jessie Bradshaw.
Flora Vaccarino, M.D. (right), Director of the Laboratory of Developmental Neurobiology examines human brain tissue together with Yuko Kataoka, M.D., Ph.D.
Child psychiatry fellows attend a class in family dynamics on “Engaging the Parents.”
Dorothy Stubbe, M.D. (left), Director of Residency Training, demonstrates the therapeutic use of play together with Paulo Correa, M.D., psychiatry resident.
Paul Lombroso, M.D. in the Laboratory of Molecular and Developmental Neuroscience reviews results of an experiment with Postdoctoral Associate Pradeep Kurup, Ph.D.
Research Associate Li Ding works in the molecular biology laboratory of Paul Lombroso, M.D. at the Yale Child Study Center.
The Child Study Center offers comprehensive psychological assessment services including neuropsychological testing.
Child Study Center Temple Street Facility
The Child Study Center's Temple Street facility houses part of the Autism Program. Communications expert Dr. Rhea Paul with Dr. Adam Naples, Dr. Frederick Shic, and Marika Coffman.
Dr. Linda Mayes highlights the 'Minding the Baby' program on January 11, 2011
Dr. Linda Mayes highlighting the 'Minding the Baby' program on January 11, 2011 as part of the Child Study Center's Centennial Celebration
Welcome to the Child Study Center. Since 1911, the Center has been serving children and families from birth through adolescence. At our core is the mission to improve the lives of children and families through research, service, and training.
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