Andrew Hashikawa is fellowship trained in pediatric emergency medicine physician and epidemiology. His research has focused on the early learning population in the areas of infectious disease, injury prevention, and disaster preparedness. He serves as the American Academy of Pediatrics Early Childhood Champion for the state of Michigan and has substantial experience working with and training local and state early learning coalitions including Early Childhood Investment Corporation, Michigan AEYC, Head Start, and Child Care Network. He is the health advisory member to Michigan’s Race to the Top Committee and is working with the national American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Early Learning as the lead author in developing the National Injury Prevention Curriculum for Early Learning Providers. He is the lead for online medical education at the UM Injury Center for developing an asynchronous, online injury prevention curriculum for medical learners.