Asst Dir Research Evaluation
As Assistant Director of Research and Evaluation, Dr. Zettler-Greeley is responsible for the management and integrity of research and evaluation activities in the Nemours Center for Health Delivery Innovation, including experimental design, assessment, statistical analysis, and dissemination of research results. She has expertise in conducting and evaluating randomized controlled trials, with more than a decade of experience in literacy, language, cognitive, and auditory assessment of preschool and school-aged children across multiple clinical populations. Current research interests include examining the efficacy of digital health technologies and telemedicine, as well as literacy development, research methodology and statistics. Dr. Zettler-Greeley received her doctorate in developmental psychology from Georgia State University, focusing on auditory and language-based learning disorders, psychoacoustics, neuropsychology of reading and reading disabilities, and advanced experimental design and statistics. Prior to joining Nemours in 2010, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she studied the development of language and binaural hearing in children who are deaf and use bilateral cochlear implants.
PhD - Georgia State University, Developmental Psychology, 2008
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