- Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine 2013
- Ph.D. Central Michigan University 2012
- M.S. Central Michigan University 2010
- B.S. Central Michigan University 2006
Dr. Kasee Stratton-Gadke is a licensed psychologist, nationally certified school psychologist, and Associate Professor in School Psychology at Mississippi State University. Dr. Stratton-Gadke joined the T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability in July of 2019 as Director.
Dr. Stratton-Gadke holds a doctorate in School Psychology from Central Michigan University. She completed a pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Stratton-Gadke is the Co-Director of the Mississippi State University Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic. Her clinical and research background primarily consists of clients with developmental delays, Autism, and rare genetic conditions. Dr. Stratton-Gadke also directs the Bulldog CHARGE Syndrome Research Lab, a rare syndrome resulting in the leading cause of deaf-blindness and multiple anomalies. Dr. Stratton-Gadke is appointed as the licensed psychologist to the Mississippi Autism Board (licensure and regulation for applied behavior analysis) and currently serves as Chair. Prior to her appointment at the T.K. Martin Center, Dr. Stratton-Gadke along with co-principal investigators, has secured more than $3.3 million in grant funding and $375,000 in training grants. Under her leadership, the Autism Clinic has received $325,000 in private donations.