Laurie Glezer, Ph.D.
Laurie Glezer received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from Georgetown University. Prior to her doctoral work in Neuroscience she was a practicing clinical and research Speech-Language Pathologist. She uses behavioral, fMRI and EEG techniques to examine the neural underpinnings and temporal dynamics of reading and the neural architecture associated with reading and its disorders. Generally, she is interested in understanding the factors that lead to skilled reading, what factors are at play when a person does not acquire typical reading skills, and what can be done to successfully develop or remediate a person’s reading ability.