The research team at Rush NeuroBehavioral Center focuses on understanding healthy social-emotional development in children and adolescents. We are passionate about social-emotional skills and well-being, learning and comprehension, sleep, and behavior in neurotypical and neurodivergent youth. We also develop novel, multi-lingual tools to assess and improve social-emotional skills. We aim to link our assessment and intervention research with educational and clinical care to support personal, academic, and life success for youth. We regularly partner with school districts and communities throughout the United States. 
Check out individual projects in the left-hand menu, and click here to explore studies that are currently recruiting.