I am an Associate Professor of Social Welfare at the State University of New York - University at Albany.
My main research interest is to better understand language and perception in the context of deafness and schizophrenia. Primarily I examine this by studying Deaf people who use American Sign Language. My current work investigates social cognition, vision, and the process and structure of psychosis across signing and non-signing populations.
To organize stakeholders and create meaningful improvements to mental health services for Deaf people in the region
Upcoming meeting: 2016
September - TBA
SUNY Albany (downtown campus)
School of Social Welfare
135 Western Ave.
Albany, New York 12203
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