Seattle Children’s Research Institute - Sara Webb, PhD
Director, Data Acquisition and Analytics Core
Sara Jane Webb, PhD, is an Associate Professor at the University of Washington & Seattle Children’s Research Institute. Dr. Webb’s research focuses on the functional neurobiology and development of information processing in individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disorders, as well as in individuals with typical development. She currently uses EEG, event-related potentials (ERPs), eye-tracking, and behavioral measures to study how children encode, store, and retrieve information about visual images such as faces, and how these processes are impacted by developmental disruptions. She has significant experience in EEG data acquisition across multi-site projects, including the ACE GENDAAR Network and the FAST AS Trial. She has written the only methods paper in EEG and Autism and is director of the EEG Analytics Core for GENDAAR. As founder of the EEG/MEG in Autism Special Interest Group, Dr. Webb has significant experience in implementing EEG with children with ASD.
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