Dr. Reichow is an Associate Professor in Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies in the College of Education and the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies at the University of Florida. Dr. Reichow completed his graduate degrees in Special Education at Vanderbilt University and completed a two-year post-doc at the Yale Child Study Center, where he remains an adjunct faculty member. Dr. Reichow’s current research interests include the translation of clinical research into practical applications in schools and communities, the identification and evaluation of evidence-based practices, systematic review and meta-analytic methods and applications, and applied research in authentic educational settings. Dr. Reichow is an ongoing technical advisor for the World Health Organization and is currently working with colleagues at the WHO and other international sites to develop practice guidelines and training materials to increase the identification, management, and treatment of children with developmental disabilities in lower- and middle-income countries. Dr. Reichow is widely published and has authored over 50 scholarly articles and chapters. In addition, he has edited two books (Evidence-Based Practices and Treatments for Children with Autism[Reichow et al., 2011] and Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders [Volkmar, Reichow, & McPartland, 2014]), and is currently working on completing the Handbook of Early Childhood Special Education, to be published in 2015.

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