The Pediatric Meltdown, hosted by primary care pediatrician Lia Gaggino, is a podcast for other physicians hoping to get a better understanding of children's mental and behavioral health. The podcast features experts in the field for informative conversations about practical strategies that physicians can make use of. This episode of the podcast, Autism Spectrum Disorders in Primary Care: Recognizing Early Signs and Initiating Treatment, features Dr. Sheila Marcus and Dr. Sarah Mohiuddin.
Dr. Marcus is the Section Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of Michigan Medicine and runs MC3, a statewide program that provides primary care consultations to primary care physicians. She also co-leads the Infant and Early Childhood Clinic at U-M, where children with signs of autism are evaluated.
Dr. Mohiuddin is the Director of the University's Multidisciplinary Autism Program and Fellowship Training Director of the Child Psychiatry Fellowship program at Michigan Medicine. She also works as Co-Director of the Behavioral Science Sequence. She is passionate about childhood mental health education and the care of children and individuals with autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities.