Dr. Stormi Pulver White received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Syracuse University. She then went on to pursue master’s degree in school psychology at St. John's University. Upon graduation, she worked as a research assistant at the University of Rochester Medical Center in the Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities on a Studies To Advance Autism Research and Treatment (STAART) center grant focused on the genotype prediction and phenotype of response to treatment in ASD. Inspired by her experience at the University of Rochester, Dr. White went on to complete her doctoral degree in school psychology at the University of Albany, State University of New York. She completed her predoctoral internship at the Center for Disability Services where she worked as behavioral specialist in adult day habilitation and residential treatment programs as well as performed outpatient assessments for disability determination and screenings for the neurology service. Dr. White went on to complete her postdoctoral work at Vanderbilt University's Treatment and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders where she was also awarded a Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) fellowship.
In 2012, Dr. White joined the faculty at the University of Texas Southwestern (UTSW) Medical Center, where she is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Psychology Division at the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD), a cooperative venture between UTSW and Children’s Health. Dr. White's area of clinical expertise is the early identification of autism spectrum disorders. She holds psychology licensure in Texas as well as a credential as a Health Service Provider through the National Register. Her research interests include early identification and intervention for ASD and phenotype and natural history of rare variant disorders associated with ASD.
- Syracuse University (2001), Psychology
- Graduate School
- St John's University (2005), Psychology
- Graduate School
- SUNY at Albany (2011), Psychology
- Cognitive mechanisms of inhibitory control deficits in autism spectrum disorder.
- Schmitt LM, White SP, Cook EH, Sweeney JA, Mosconi MW J Child Psychol Psychiatry 2017 Oct
- Increased Force Variability Is Associated with Altered Modulation of the Motorneuron Pool Activity in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
- Wang Z, Kwon M, Mohanty S, Schmitt LM, White SP, Christou EA, Mosconi MW Int J Mol Sci 2017 Mar 18 4
- A resting EEG study of neocortical hyperexcitability and altered functional connectivity in fragile X syndrome.
- Wang J, Ethridge LE, Mosconi MW, White SP, Binder DK, Pedapati EV, Erickson CA, Byerly MJ, Sweeney JA J Neurodev Disord 2017 9 11
- Neural synchronization deficits linked to cortical hyper-excitability and auditory hypersensitivity in fragile X syndrome.
- Ethridge LE, White SP, Mosconi MW, Wang J, Pedapati EV, Erickson CA, Byerly MJ, Sweeney JA Mol Autism 2017 8 22
- Erratum to: Neural synchronization deficits linked to cortical hyper-excitability and auditory hypersensitivity in fragile X syndrome.
- Ethridge LE, White SP, Mosconi MW, Wang J, Pedapati EV, Erickson CA, Byerly MJ, Sweeney JA Mol Autism 2017 8 38
- Reduced habituation of auditory evoked potentials indicate cortical hyper-excitability in Fragile X Syndrome.
- Ethridge LE, White SP, Mosconi MW, Wang J, Byerly MJ, Sweeney JA Transl Psychiatry 2016 6 e787
- Neurophysiological hyperresponsivity to sensory input in autism spectrum disorders.
- Takarae Y, Sablich SR, White SP, Sweeney JA J Neurodev Disord 2016 8 29
- Postural orientation and equilibrium processes associated with increased postural sway in autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
- Wang Z, Hallac RR, Conroy KC, White SP, Kane AA, Collinsworth AL, Sweeney JA, Mosconi MW J Neurodev Disord 2016 8 43
- Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) show abnormalities during initial and subsequent phases of precision gripping.
- Wang Z, Magnon G, White SP, Greene R, Vaillancourt DE, Mosconi M J. Neurophysiol. 2014 Dec jn.00661.2014
- Early Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Progress, Challenges, and Remaining Questions for Families and Professionals
- White, S. P., Weitlauf, A. S., & Warren, Z. E. IRRDD 2012 43 47-86
Honors & Awards
- Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Disabilities (LEND) Fellowship, Vanderbilt University
- Above and Beyond Award, Center for Disability Services
- International Society for Autism Research (2015)
- American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (2013)
- The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (2009)