Dr. Spencer Recognized by The International Dyslexia Association
Each year the International Dyslexia Association acknowledges the achievements of leading researchers and practitioners in the dyslexia field of research, as well as those of individuals with dyslexia who exhibit leadership and serve as role models in their communities. Dr. Mercedes Spencer of EBRL was recognized for her work and research by the IDA. She was awarded the Early Career Award for Contributions to Research. According to their website, the award is given to an early-career researcher and conference speaker “whose innovative research has had a positive impact on the lives of individuals with dyslexia.”
We’re more than happy to see her tireless efforts being recognized, but we’ll be even more excited to see where she goes from here and be there along the way to help her research thrive.