Laura Lee McIntyre, College of Education

Laura Lee McIntyre, Professor of Psychology and the Associate Director of the Child and Family Center at the Prevention Science Institute

Laura Lee McIntyre, Castle-McIntosh-Knight Professor

Practice Areas: Mental Health, Autism, Obesity, Children, Youth, Teens, ADHD, Families

Laura Lee McIntyre is an academic expert in mental health, autism, obesity, children, families, youth, teens, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). As the University of Oregon's co-director of the Child and Family Center at the Prevention Science Institute, she studies autism spectrum disorders, early childhood intervention and education, and behavioral disorders. 

Contact: | 541-346-7452


Recent Media:
COVID-19 added to the isolation among families facing autism (Around the O, Oct. 29, 2020)
COE emerges as a leader in the growing edutech field (Around the O, Jan. 10, 2019)
University of Oregon uses $400K grant to better study, treat autism (NBC 16, May 4, 2018)
Brain scans may uncover signs of autism and developmental delays (Around the O, April 25, 2018)
Professor highlights autism research at Science Knight Out (Around the O, Nov. 21, 2017)
Learning with ‘too much energy’ (Oregon Public Broadcasting, May 13, 2014)
College of Education study evaluates autism (Around the O, March 19, 2013)