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Public Outreach

Dr. Gaab and her research team enjoy sharing their work with the community through talks and programs directed to teachers, parents, and children. Dr. Gaab often shares her knowledge of the developing reading brain through presentations in the Greater Boston community. Lab members offer hands-on activities for children to learn about the brain.

For more information about our upcoming outreach events, please visit our Events page!

If you are interested in setting up an event with the Gaab Lab, please contact us.

Talks & presentations

Dr. Nadine Gaab is available to give workshops and presentations at conferences and community events, such as Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) meetings. She is available to teach professional development workshops for educators. Presentation topics can be tailored to the interests and level of expertise of your groups. Topics include The Typical and Atypical Reading Brain, The Dyslexia Paradox, Screening for Dyslexia Risk, etc. If you are interested in setting up a workshop, presentation or professional development with Dr. Gaab, please email her directly at nadine.gaab@childrens.harvard.edu.



Activities for kids

Lab members offer engaging and creative activities to teach children and teens about the importance of brain research. Neuroscience Jeopardy, brain teasers, and brain craft projects are popular among kids. These activities are often incorporated into Brain Awareness Week events!

For more information about our upcoming events, please visit our Events page!