Other Partners

Haskins Laboratories, Yale University

Haskins Laboratories (President: Kenneth Pugh, PhD), located in New Haven, Connecticut, is a world-renowned research institute that focuses on the biological bases of speech, language, and reading. The institute is affiliated with both the University of Connecticut and Yale University. The partnership with Haskins Laboratories primes the way to extend our efforts beyond the Bay Area.

The Dyslexia Foundation

The Dyslexia Foundation (TDF) is a non-profit dedicated to the identification and assistance of children with dyslexia. The program, established in 1989, aims to achieve higher levels of learning and promote better reading. A partnership with The Dyslexia Foundation places the UCSF Dyslexia Center in a position to maximize our success in translating research to outreach and practice.

Education and Brain Lab

The Education and Brain Sciences Research Lab (Director: Laurie Cutting, PhD) at Vanderbilt University is a top-notch facility dedicated to the investigation of the neural correlates of learning. Their primary focus is on the successes and failures of reading, including interventions and reading comprehension. The partnership with Vanderbilt emphasizes our strong collaborative relationships with other premier laboratories and dedication to alleviating the burden of reading disability nationwide.

Alliance for Child and Family Health Development

The UC Merced Alliance is a partnership of groups and individuals engaged in service and research related to the healthy development of children and their families in and around the unique contexts of the San Joaquin Valley and nearby rural mountain regions.

Breaking Barriers

Breaking Barriers is a collaborative of leaders from across child-serving systems throughout California who are united by the conviction that only through collaborative planning and problem-solving can we ensure the educational, social, emotional, and behavioral wellbeing of California's children and youth.

School Partners

We are currently seeking school-wide partnerships. If you have any non-dyslexic elementary school children, please visit this page.