Dr. Nicole Landi is an associate professor at the University of Connecticut, adjunct assistant professor at the Yale Child Study Center, and director of electroencephalography (EEG) research at Haskins Laboratories. Her research focuses on language and reading development in typically developing children and in children with complex neurodevelopmental disorders, including dyslexia, developmental language disorder (DLD), and autism. She uses multiple methodologies—magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), EEG, and genetic analyses—with the intention of identifying causal mechanisms that contribute to reading and language difficulties. Dr. Landi received her PhD and MS in psychology and cognitive neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh and her BA in psychology from University at Albany. She resides in New Haven, CT.
Dr. Nicole Landi