Through federal and foundation-funded research projects, our faculty investigate factors that promote children’s well-being, healthy growth and optimal developmental trajectories and in turn, interventions to improve outcomes. Learn more about research interests for each DBP faculty member. DBP faculty are involved with education from the university level to colleagues nationally.
To be leaders in the exceptional assessment and care of children with developmental and behavioral conditions, to conduct innovative research that brings the science of child behavior and development to applied problems affecting children’s health and well-being, and to provide outstanding educational opportunities to trainees and our peers who provide care for these children.
A particular focus has been the education of peers about prevalent developmental-behavioral conditions so that less complicated problems can be addressed by primary care providers. Learn more about our division’s educational activities.
- DBP Fellowship training
- DBP Clinical Rotation
- Intermediate MI-LEND training
- Collaborative Office Rounds
Interested in supporting Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics?
Please contact Leah Zientek