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overview I am a licensed clinical psychologist and developmental psychologist, with specialty training in pediatric neuropsychology. I am a faculty member in both the Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, and Pediatrics Departments. I serve as the Director of Neuropsychology, managing a regionally and nationally respected clinical and research program that works with adults, children, and adolescents with a range of neurodevelopmental and medical disorders. I bring to the University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences my significant experience as a clinician and researcher focusing on neurocognitive and behavioral development in both typically maturing and neurodevelopmentally disabled populations, with expertise in the cognitive and behavioral sequelae of socioeconomic disadvantage, prematurity and low birth weight, sleep disorders, autism spectrum disorders, epilepsies, neurofibromatosis, and HIV-infection. I am currently involved in the development and implementation of empirically supported assessment and treatment approaches to attention, memory, and executive dysfunction in underserved youth and adolescents, specifically those at risk for academic failure, substance abuse, and poor sexual decision making; and youth with neurodevelopmental and medical disorders, including NF-1, epilepsy, ASD, ADHD, cancers, HIV, and OSA and snoring. I am also a consultant on psychosocial and educational intervention programming for minority youth with developmental disabilities. I have published and presented widely on these topics, and have served as a co-PI on a number of federally funded studies examining these issues.

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Concept Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
Concept Behavioral Symptoms
Concept Mental Disorders
Concept Developmental Disabilities
Concept Chickenpox
Concept Cognition Disorders
Concept Cardiovascular Diseases
Concept Cerebral Hemorrhage
Concept Epilepsies, Partial
Concept Obesity
Concept Hyperlipidemias
Concept Inflammation
Concept Neurofibromatosis 1
Concept Snoring
Concept Infectious Disease Transmission, Vertical
Concept Substance-Related Disorders
Concept Sleep Apnea, Obstructive
Concept Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
Concept Pregnancy Complications
Concept Pregnancy Complications, Infectious
Concept Sleep Apnea Syndromes
Concept HIV Infections
Concept Mood Disorders
Concept Diabetes Mellitus
Concept Hydrocephalus
Concept Infant, Newborn, Diseases
Concept Neurologic Manifestations
Concept Personality Disorders
Concept Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Academic Article Intellectual functioning in children with early shunted posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus.
Academic Article The mental and physical health of homeless youth: a literature review.
Academic Article Assessment of behavioral and emotional functioning using standardized instruments in children and adolescents with partial-onset seizures treated with adjunctive levetiracetam in a randomized, placebo-controlled trial.
Academic Article Neurocognitive effects of adjunctive levetiracetam in children with partial-onset seizures: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, noninferiority trial.
Academic Article Psychiatric disorders, high-risk behaviors, and chronicity of episodes among predominantly African American homeless Chicago youth.
Academic Article Psychiatric disorders and substance use in homeless youth: a preliminary comparison of san francisco and chicago.
Academic Article Incarcerated youth with personality disorders: prevalence, comorbidity and convergent validity.
Academic Article Effect of Sleep-disordered Breathing Severity on Cognitive Performance Measures in a Large Community Cohort of Young School-aged Children.
Academic Article Patients with KCNJ11-related diabetes frequently have neuropsychological impairments compared with sibling controls.
Academic Article Executive functioning in a racially diverse sample of children who are overweight and at risk for eating disorders.
Academic Article Frequency of snoring, rather than apnea-hypopnea index, predicts both cognitive and behavioral problems in young children.

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