Amy L. Conrad, PhD is a psychologist at the University of Iowa, who has worked in the research of learning and psychosocial outcomes among children with oral clefts since 2005. As an Assistant Professor in the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics, she conducts clinical assessment of learning and attention disorders. Her research uses standardized assessment and both structural and functional MRI to better understand the development of language and reading disorders in children with oral clefts. She is a member and past co-chair of the Society of Pediatric Psychology Craniofacial Special Interest Group.
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