About Wendy L. Stone
Wendy L. Stone
Dr. Wendy Stone has received federal funding for her research on the early identification and intervention of young children with autism since 1993. Dr. Stone graduated from the University of Miami with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 1981. After 22 years at Vanderbilt University, Dr. Stone accepted a position at University of Washington as a professor of psychology and director of the UW Autism Center. Dr. Stone’s research of early childhood autism led to the development of the STAT (Screening Tool for Autism in Two-Year-Olds.) She is an author and has served on editorial boards as well as being a member of Autism Speaks’ Baby Siblings Research Consortium and Toddler Treatment Network. Dr. Stone has also been involved in many work groups and formed review panels for National Institutes of Health and autism foundations.