UF Scholars Contribute to National Meeting in Research Innovations in Early Intervention
More than a dozen faculty, doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows affiliated with the UF Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies recently contributed to a national conference focused on sharing innovative research for the benefit of children and families in the field of early intervention.
The UF scholars attended the Conference on Research Innovations in Early Intervention forum held in San Diego Feb. 11-13, a biennial research conference devoted to early intervention for young children with at risk for disabilities from birth to age 8, their families and the personnel who support them.
Date February 11-13, 2016
Location San Diego