Ina F. Wallace
Senior Research Psychologist
Ina Wallace, PhD, has more than 30 years of research and clinical experience with children from infancy to adolescence. Her areas of expertise include assessment of children and families from diverse ethnic and linguistic backgrounds, evaluation of preventive interventions targeting children and families, and studies of risk and resilience. Dr. Wallace also provides training and technical assistance to program evaluators. Dr. Wallace recently directed several evaluations of programs designed to improve children's literacy and other skills related to school success for the Department of Education and the National Institute for Literacy. She reviews extensively for a variety of peer-reviewed journals and is an associate editor of RTI Press.
PhD, Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University; MEd, Elementary Education, Temple University; BA, History, University of Pennsylvania.
- Early Childhood Development
- Early Intervention and Early Education Programs
- Prevention Research
- Program Evaluation
- July 7, 2015
USPSTF: 'No' to Routine Speech Delay Screening in Preschoolers
– Medpage Today