Dr. Nadine Gaab is an Associate Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and formerly at Boston Children’s Hospital Boston and the Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Gaab’s research focuses on children diagnosed with or at risk for developmental disorders, particularly language-based learning. Her research within the Laboratories of Cognitive Neuroscience examines the development of typical and atypical language and literacy skills in the pediatric brain as well as on pre-markers of learning disabilities and the development of screening tools for screening literacy milestones and dyslexia.
She is the 2019 recipient of the LDA Award (Learning Disabilities Association America) for her work on learning disabilities. In 2018, Nadine was presented with the Allan C. Crocker Award for her advocacy on behalf of children with dyslexia and reading disabilities and efforts around the recent passage of the Massachusetts screening legislation (under the guidance of Decoding Dyslexia MA).
She has also been recognized by the International Dyslexia Association in her receipt of the Norman Geschwind Memorial lecture 2020 and the Alice H. Garside Award for outstanding leadership in advancing the science and advocacy of dyslexia. She is an international speaker, frequently presenting to teachers on the brain science of typical and atypical literacy development as well as best screening practices for early literacy milestones, dyslexia and reading impairments.
The NeverEnding Story and Momo, both by Michael Ende.
The Gorilla – I love his/her style.