The Center

Sandler Neurosciences Center
All of our research takes place at the Sandler Neurosciences Center at the UCSF Mission Bay Campus
The Sandler Neurosciences Center, along with nearby Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Hall, makes Mission Bay one of the largest neuroscience complexes in the world.

 

Center Leadership

Our multi-disciplinary team includes neurologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, psychologists, and neuroscientists with expertise in neurodevelopment, molecular genetics, neuroimaging, computer science, psychology, and education. All of these different disciplines will work together as a team to uncover the underlying deficits and unique strengths that are associated with dyslexia, and to develop therapies that can avert or reverse the deficits and enhance the strengths.

People

Our multidisciplinary team includes neurologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, psychologists, and neuroscientists with expertise in neurodevelopment, molecular genetics, neuroimaging, computer science, psychology, and education.

Why UCSF?

UCSF is perfectly poised to lead the way in dyslexia research due to its impeccable infrastructure, technology, intellectual resources, and track record of success.

Funding and In-Kind Donations

Funding for the UCSF Dyslexia Center comes from several sources. We would like to thank these individuals and groups for generously supporting the Dyslexia Center.