Laura Lee McIntyre

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Laura Lee McIntyre, PhD

Dean, College of Education
Castle-McIntosh-Knight Professor, School Psychology
Practice Areas: Behavioral Health, Children, Families, Autism, ADHD, Disabilities, Special Education

Laura Lee McIntyre is the Castle-McIntosh-Knight Professor and professor and co-director of the school psychology program in the Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences.

Professor McIntyre also directs the Prevention Science Institute, where she investigates mental health, children and families, special education, and prevention and intervention to promote child and family well-being in vulnerable and underserved populations. She is known for her work in early childhood, autism, family-centered interventions, and family–school partnerships for children with disabilities. Professor McIntyre is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), certified school psychologist, and board licensed psychologist. 

She has professional experiences in both school and hospital settings. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Oregon, Laura Lee McIntyre was a faculty member in the Psychology Department at Syracuse University and an affiliated faculty member in the Center for Development, Behavior, and Genetics in the Department of Pediatrics at SUNY Upstate Medical University.