"The work we have done over the years represents a collaboration of many minds and ideas. The students in my lab, both graduates and undergraduates, as well as our local, national, and international colleagues, are part of a single effort with many vital parts. We are enormously grateful for support from our donors. The kindness and generosity of Aage and Margareta Moller in support of the endowed professorship I hold, and the active interest and research funding from federal funding agencies over the years, have made our work possible."
"My work for 20 years on the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development had a great impact on my career, bringing about rich collaborations with wonderful colleagues. I've extended this work providing consultations with numerous teams of researchers, both nationally and internationally, in assessing qualities of parent-child interactions from infancy through adolescence."
"I am proud to be a member of the UT Dallas community and to be mentoring an extraordinary group of scientists dedicated to addressing a topic of tremendous medical and societal importance: maintaining the health and vitality of the aging mind."
"My administrative, teaching and research career at the UT Dallas' Callier Center has been utopian – an experience that, if I had to dream about it when I was a budding audiologist, I would have never thought possible. From the day I came to Dallas in 1972 until the present, I have been and continue to be amazed at the vast resources that are available and the phenomenal work being done."
"It is an honor to hold the Nelle C. Johnston chair. She was a strong advocate for providing a sound education for young children experiencing hearing difficulties. I am proud our work continues to promote improvements in the quality of life for many individuals who experience difficulty hearing."