Reading & Dyslexia Research Program Open House

Dyslexia is the most prevalent learning disability affecting roughly 10% of the population. The goal of the University of Washington Reading & Dyslexia Research Program is to understand the factors that contribute to reading difficulties and use this knowledge to design innovative, personalized intervention programs. We will be hosting an open house to share our research with anyone who is interested in learning what science has taught us about reading, brain development and dyslexia.

Update: The event is full

Based on the level of interest we will try to run another lab open house again soon.

Event Schedule – Wednesday, March 1 6:30 – 8:00pm

Tour of the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS)

Public lecture on reading, the brain and dyslexia

Jason D. Yeatman, Director of the Brain Development & Education Lab and the UW Reading & Dyslexia Research Program

Introduction to new I-LABS training module

Foundations of Literacy

Question and Answer

Event Location

University of Washington
Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences
1715 Columbia Road NE
Portage Bay Building

Directions

Event Registration

Registration is required for this event and space is limited. Once you register, a member of the lab will respond within a week to confirm space.

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