Dr. Wang’s research interest is focused on identifying neurobiological and neurophysiological mechanisms underlying sensorimotor issues in children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related disabilities.
The Department of Transportation / University of Florida STRIDE is funding a study to develop a model to support experiences of drivers of all age groups with autonomous vehicle technology.
Dr. Kramer, in partnership with AbleLink Technologies, is designing a novel tool to include the perspectives of youth with neurodevelopmental disabilities (DD) and related cognitive impairments in rehabilitation evaluation and outcome measurement.
Dr. Liu studies the relationship between cognitive aging and health literacy. She examines the use of text cohesion, illustrations, and stereoscopic videos to reduce the cognitive load required to process health information in older adults.
Dr. Kreider and an interdisciplinary team at UF have developed, implement, and tested a novel model for assisting students with learning disabilities (LD), including ADHD, achieve success as college students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Dr. Shechtman is studying grip strength measured utilizing the DynEx dynamometer with its newly developed Child’s Handle Adapter to establish grip strength norms as well as testing guidelines for children that can be utilized by clinicians for comparisons among children with various health conditions.