Lauren Glader

Laurie Glader, MD

Associate in Medicine; Director, Complex Care Service Outpatient Program; Co-Director, Cerebral Palsy Program

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

    Contact: 617-355-6162
  • Fax: 617-730-0621

Medical Services


  • Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
  • Cerebral Palsy


  • General Pediatrics


  • Complex Care Services
  • Cerebral Palsy Program
To schedule an appointment: Call 617-355-6162

Experience and Education


Medical School

University of California, 1990

Los Angeles, CA


Boston Children's Hospital, 07/94 to 06/97

Boston, MA


Boston Children's Hospital, 07/90 to 06/91

Boston, MA


Boston Children's Hospital, 07/91 to 06/93

Boston, MA


  • American Board of Pediatrics


Publications powered by Harvard Catalyst Profiles
  1. Glader L, Plews-Ogan J, Agrawal R. Children with medical complexity: creating a framework for care based on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2016 Nov; 58(11):1116-1123.
  2. Kuo DZ, Berry JG, Glader L, Morin MJ, Johaningsmeir S, Gordon J. Health Services and Health Care Needs Fulfilled by Structured Clinical Programs for Children with Medical Complexity. J Pediatr. 2016 Feb; 169:291-6.e1.
  3. DiFazio RL, Harris M, Vessey JA, Glader L, Shanske S. Opportunities lost and found: experiences of patients with cerebral palsy and their parents transitioning from pediatric to adult healthcare. J Pediatr Rehabil Med. 2014; 7(1):17-31.
  4. Mochida GH, Ganesh VS, de Michelena MI, Dias H, Atabay KD, Kathrein KL, Huang HT, Hill RS, Felie JM, Rakiec D, Gleason D, Hill AD, Malik AN, Barry BJ, Partlow JN, Tan WH, Glader LJ, Barkovich AJ, Dobyns WB, Zon LI, Walsh CA. CHMP1A encodes an essential regulator of BMI1-INK4A in cerebellar development. Nat Genet. 2012 Nov; 44(11):1260-4.
  5. Glader L, Huntington N, Horan K, Davidson E. Embedding field research on mentored inclusive recreation in an urban population--the evolution of opening doors: project adventure. Pediatrics. 2010 Dec; 126 Suppl 3:S165-9.
  6. Nazarian BL, Glader L, Choueiri R, Shipman DL, Sadof M. Identifying what pediatric residents are taught about children and youth with special health care needs and the medical home. Pediatrics. 2010 Dec; 126 Suppl 3:S183-9.
  7. Glader LJ, Palfrey JS. Care of the child assisted by technology. Pediatr Rev. 2009 Nov; 30(11):439-44; quiz 445.
  8. Glader L and Hobbs N. Management of the Child with Developmental Disabilities and SPecialized Health Care Needs. Manual of Pediatric Therapeutics. 2005.
  9. Glader, L. ed. The Ocean Inside: Youth who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. 2004.
  10. Glader, L. ed. The Journey Toward Recovery: Youth with Brain Injury. 2004.
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  12. Glader, L., ed. Breaking Down Barriers: Youth with Physical Challenges. 2004.
  13. Glader L, Elias E, and Madsen J. Management of Myelomeningocele. Hanse and Puder, ed, Manual of the Intensive Care of the Surgical Newborn. 2003.
  14. Glader, L. and Knight, J. . Atypical Behaviors. Knight J, Frazer C, and Simmons E, Bright Futures Case Studies for Primary Care Clinicians: Child Development and Behavior. 2001; 93-110.
  15. Glader L, and Palfrey J. Children Assisted by Technology. Hoekelman, Primary Pediatric Care. 2001; 444-447.
  16. Glader, L. and Rappapor, L. . Encopresis. Stockman and Lohr,ed., Ambulatory Pediatrics. 2001; 124.
  17. Katz RL, Keen CL, Litt IF, Hurley LS, Kellams-Harrison KM, Glader LJ. Zinc deficiency in anorexia nervosa. J Adolesc Health Care. 1987 Sep; 8(5):400-6.
  18. Litt IF, Glader L. Follow-up of adolescents previously studied for contraceptive compliance. J Adolesc Health Care. 1987 Jul; 8(4):349-51.
  19. Litt I, and Glader L. Follow-up of Adolexcents Previosuly Studied for Contraceptive Complicance. Journal of Adolescent Health Care. 1987; 4:349-351.
  20. Litt IF, Glader L. Anorexia nervosa, athletics, and amenorrhea. J Pediatr. 1986 Jul; 109(1):150-3.
  21. Litt I and Glader L. Anorexia Nervosa, Athletics and Amenorrhea. Journal of Pediatrics. 1986; 1:150-153.
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