"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."
"Neuroscience isn’t something you can do in a small way. It has to be done big, and it has to be done right. This is the vision at UT Dallas, the Center for BrainHealth and the UT Southwestern Medical Center."
"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."
"My career has always been focused on teaching, in the lab and in the classroom. My research requires following many families over time to assess origins and outcomes of anger and aggression. I work with outstanding UT Dallas students to teach them about research design, but maybe even more importantly, I teach them how to balance collecting the highest quality data possible while making great relationships with families and community partners who support our work."