Author: Meaghan Perdue

LandiLab Presents at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language 2020 Virtual Conference

Dan Kleinman, Nabin Koirala, Kelly Mahaffy & Meaghan Perdue presented posters at the Society for the Neurobiology of Language 2020 Virtual Conference. Check out the posters to learn about our recent findings about reading and neural markers of semantic processing (N400 ERP; Kleinman), white matter microstructure (Koirala), and our meta-analysis of fMRI studies of reading intervention (Perdue), with exploration of intervention duration effects (Mahaffy).




We have a new publication in Cerebral Cortex!

Dr. Landi and a team led by graduate student, Meaghan Perdue, have recently published a paper titled “Gray matter structure is associated with reading skill in typically developing young readers”. Check it out below!

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Hailey Kissner wins award at Tri-County Science and Technology Fair

Hailey Kissner, a senior at Hendrick Hudson High School and student research mentee in the LandiLab, earned 3rd place honors in Social and Clinical Psychology at the Tri-County Science and Technology Fair, White Plains, NY, for her project “Examining Morphological Associations of the Visual System Related to the Reading Ability of Young Children.” Congratulations, Hailey, on this outstanding achievement!