Judah is a clinical psychologist and assistant professor of clinical child/school psychology and special education in the Seymour Fox School of Education of Hebrew University, where he chairs the graduate program in Special Education. Judah completed his postdoctoral fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center and his doctorate at Ferkauf Graduate School for Psychology at Yeshiva University. Dr. Koller has been working with children and families with special needs for 15 years and is dedicated to bridging the world of research with those the research most stands to benefit. His focus, in both research and clinical work, is on the early identification of autism in young children and identifying efficient mechanisms of support for these children and their parents.
Associate Director, Autism Center
Chair, Graduate Division of Special Education
Seymour Fox School of Education