Juliana Paré-Blagoev is trained in developmental psychology and educational neuroscience. Current research efforts include understanding and addressing the unique educational needs of pediatric survivors of childhood cancer. Her earlier work included lab-based research that used a combination of brain and behavioral methods to explore skill and language learning. Later collaborative and classroom-based research created and tested STEM classroom tools that were grounded in cognitive science and informed by practitioner’s expertise. As a founding member of the International Mind, Brain, and Education Society, she has worked to improve the bidirectional integration of knowledge from research and educational practice. She currently is associate editor for the society’s journal, Mind Brain and Education.