Director, MIT’s Integrated Learning Initiative; Grover Hermann Professor of Health Sciences and Technology and Cognitive Neuroscience; Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences; Co-Director, Clinical Research Center; Associate Director, Athinoula A. Martinos Imaging Center, McGovern Institute for Brain Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Co-Author, “Reward-Related Neural Circuitry in Depressed and Anxious Adolescents: A Human Connectome Project” (2021, Journal of the American Academy), “Mindfulness Training Preserves Sustained Attention and Resting State Anticorrelation Between Default‐Mode Network and Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex” (2020, Human Brain Mapping), “Mindfulness Training Reduces Stress and Amygdala Reactivity to Fearful Faces in Middle-School Children” (2019, Behavioral Neuroscience) and “Greater Mindfulness Is Associated With Better Academic Achievement In Middle School” (2019, Mind, Brain, and Education)
Brain Science, Reading, and Dyslexia: From Research, to Practice, to the Summer Slide
The Science of Adolescent Mental Health: Can Mindfulness Help?
How Mindfulness Fosters Emotional Health and Cognitive Focus in Students
The Science of Learning: Mind, Brain, and Technology
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Reading and Intervention
How Mindfulness Changes the Brain
The Reading Brain: Personalized Learning and Interventions for Literacy (Grades K-4)