Undergraduate Degree

  • Harvard University , 1999 , Cambridge , MA

Medical School

  • New York Medical College , 2005 , Valhalla , NY

Graduate Degree

Ed.M, Mind, Brain, and Education
  • Harvard Graduate School of Education , 2014 , Cambridge , MA


  • Sinai Hospital of Baltimore , 2008 , Baltimore , MD


Child Neurology
  • Boston Children's Hospital , 2012 , Boston , MA


Behavioral Neurology
  • Boston Children's Hospital , 2015 , Boston , MA


Zuckerman Fellows Program, Public Leadership
  • Harvard University Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School , 2014 , Boston , MA


Carrie P. Peek, M.D., Ed.M. is a graduate of Harvard University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in biology and her master of education degree.  She completed her medical education at New York Medical College.   After completing a pediatrics residency and serving as an attending physician in pediatrics, she completed a child neurology residency at Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital.  In addition, she completed a three-year behavioral neurology fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital.   Currently, she is an attending physician at Boston Children's Hospital in the Department of Neurology.

As a child neurologist specializing in the field of behavioral neurology, she evaluates and cares for children with developmental delays, academic difficulties, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.  With her background in general pediatrics, child neurology, behavioral neurology, and education, she brings a unique perspective to the educational management of children with disabilities.  Dr. Peek was a Harvard University Zuckerman Fellow in the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School.  As a Zuckerman Fellow, she was selected as a medical professional to pursue a public service degree at Harvard Graduate School of Education, and she earned her master of education degree in Mind, Brain, and Education.


  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Child and Adolescent Neurology