Ina F. Wallace, Ph.D. has more than 35 years of research and clinical experience concerning the health and development of children’s and adolescents. Trained in psychological measurement and evaluation, Dr. Wallace has expertise in assessment of children from diverse ethnic and linguistic backgrounds, evaluation of preventive interventions targeting children and families, and methods for conducting systematic literature reviews. She brings substantial expertise in assessing the needs of grantees and providing training and technical support. She has published on outcomes of children at risk for developmental disorders due to middle ear disease, hearing loss, and prematurity, and she reviews extensively for a variety of peer-reviewed journals including the International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, Social Development, and Pediatrics. In addition, she serves as Deputy Editor in Chief of RTI Press.
Ina F. Wallace
Senior Research Psychologist
PhD, Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University
MEd, Elementary Education, Temple University
BA, History, University of Pennsylvania