Professor of Special Education; Director of Research, UCEDD
406D One Magnolia Circle
Current research interests include the developmental approach to intellectual disability, mother-child interactions with children with disabilities, and development in children with fragile X syndrome, Down syndrome, and other genetic disorders of intellectual disability. As Director of Research for the Center's UCEDD, Dr. Hodapp oversees the research programs, basic and applied, that are conducted as part of the UCEDD. He develops the UCEDD's research agenda in consultation with the UCEDD Operating Committee and th Community Advisory Council.
Much of the research completed at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center is made possible by the generous contributions of the people and families who participate in research studies. This researcher needs research subjects to complete the studies listed below.
Follow these links to learn more:
One of a series of presentations given at the Down Syndrome Research Plan of the National Institutes of Health on June 18, 2008.
Presentation by Robert Hodapp, Ph.D., Professor of Special Education; Director of Research and and Richard Urbano, Ph.D., Director of Evaluation.
Video from the Developmental Disabilities Grand Rounds from October 6, 2010.