EDUCATION

Medical School

  • Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons , 1971 , New York , NY

Internship

  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine , Bronx , NY

Residency

  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine , Bronx , NY

Fellowship

  • Boston Children's Hospital , Boston , MA

CERTIFICATIONS

  • American Board of Pediatrics, Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics

PUBLICATIONS

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  1. The Death of George Floyd: Bending the Arc of History Toward Justice for Generations of Children. Pediatrics. 2020 09; 146(3). View abstract
  2. Global Gaps in Training Opportunities for Pediatricians and Pediatric Subspecialists. Acad Pediatr. 2020 08; 20(6):823-832. View abstract
  3. Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Infants and Children in Haiti, 2015. Public Health Rep. 2019 Jan/Feb; 134(1):47-56. View abstract
  4. School-Based Disaster Recovery: Promotion of Children's Mental Health Over the Long Haul. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2017 10; 11(5):633-636. View abstract
  5. A Study of Global Health Elective Outcomes: A Pediatric Residency Experience. Glob Pediatr Health. 2017; 4:2333794X16683806. View abstract
  6. Disparities in Access to Easy-to-Use Services for Children with Special Health Care Needs. Matern Child Health J. 2016 May; 20(5):1041-53. View abstract
  7. Conscientious refusal or discrimination against gay parents? AMA J Ethics. 2015 Oct 01; 17(10):897-903. View abstract
  8. Displacement as a predictor of functional impairment in tsunami-exposed children. Disasters. 2015 Jan; 39(1):86-107. View abstract
  9. Transforming child health care. Pediatrics. 2013 Dec; 132(6):1123-4. View abstract
  10. Reforming care for children with disabilities. Mod Healthc. 2013 Nov 18; 43(46):25. View abstract
  11. Preventing gun deaths in children. N Engl J Med. 2013 Jan 31; 368(5):401-3. View abstract
  12. The living environment and children's fears following the Indonesian tsunami. Disasters. 2012 Jul; 36(3):495-513. View abstract
  13. Do medical professionalism and medical education involve commitments to political advocacy? Acad Med. 2011 Sep; 86(9):1062-3; author reply 1065. View abstract
  14. A history of the Academic Pediatric Association's public policy and advocacy initiatives. Acad Pediatr. 2011 May-Jun; 11(3):205-10. View abstract
  15. Children's health care providers and health care quality measurement. Acad Pediatr. 2011 May-Jun; 11(3 Suppl):S87-8. View abstract
  16. Health inequity in children and youth with chronic health conditions. Pediatrics. 2010 Dec; 126 Suppl 3:S111-9. View abstract
  17. Viewing services for children and youth with special health care needs through a community lens. Pediatrics. 2010 Dec; 126 Suppl 3:S107-10. View abstract
  18. Female genital mutilation. US policy on genital cutting. BMJ. 2010 Jul 27; 341:c4013. View abstract
  19. Health care reform: the doorway to health care transformation. Pediatrics. 2010 Aug; 126(2):374-5. View abstract
  20. Care of the child assisted by technology. Pediatr Rev. 2009 Nov; 30(11):439-44; quiz 445. View abstract
  21. How health care reform can benefit children and adolescents. N Engl J Med. 2009 Oct 22; 361(17):e34. View abstract
  22. Paediatric experiences with work-hour limitations. J Eval Clin Pract. 2009 Feb; 15(1):116-20. View abstract
  23. Global health training for pediatric residents. Pediatr Ann. 2008 Dec; 37(12):786-7, 792-6. View abstract
  24. Developmental and behavioral disorders grown up. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2008 Dec; 29(6):524-33. View abstract
  25. Included but isolated: early intervention programmes provision for children and families with chronic respiratory support needs. Child Care Health Dev. 2008 May; 34(3):373-9. View abstract
  26. History of Bright Futures. Pediatr Ann. 2008 Mar; 37(3):135-42. View abstract
  27. Pediatricians' perspectives regarding community child health: training, involvement, and expectations according to age. Pediatrics. 2007 Nov; 120(5):1036-43. View abstract
  28. Immunizations in children with special health care needs in a medical home model of care. Matern Child Health J. 2008 May; 12(3):357-62. View abstract
  29. The Brookline Early Education Project: a 25-year follow-up study of a family-centered early health and development intervention. Pediatrics. 2005 Jul; 116(1):144-52. View abstract
  30. Lessons from pediatrics residency program directors' experiences with work hour limitations in New York State. Acad Med. 2005 May; 80(5):467-72. View abstract
  31. Introduction: Addressing the millennial morbidity--the context of community pediatrics. Pediatrics. 2005 Apr; 115(4 Suppl):1121-3. View abstract
  32. Educating the next generation of pediatricians in urban health care: the Anne E. Dyson Community Pediatrics Training Initiative. Acad Med. 2004 Dec; 79(12):1184-91. View abstract
  33. A new, experiential curriculum in child advocacy for pediatric residents. Ambul Pediatr. 2004 Sep-Oct; 4(5):418-23. View abstract
  34. Education for community pediatrics. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2004 Jul-Aug; 43(6):505-21. View abstract
  35. The Pediatric Alliance for Coordinated Care: evaluation of a medical home model. Pediatrics. 2004 May; 113(5 Suppl):1507-16. View abstract
  36. Intervention with parental smokers in an outpatient pediatric clinic using counseling and nicotine replacement. Pediatrics. 2003 Nov; 112(5):1127-33. View abstract
  37. Variations in state-level definitions: children with special health care needs. Public Health Rep. 2003 Sep-Oct; 118(5):434-47. View abstract
  38. Advocating for children during uncertain times. Pediatr Ann. 2003 Apr; 32(4):271-4. View abstract
  39. A smoking cessation intervention for parents of children who are hospitalized for respiratory illness: the stop tobacco outreach program. Pediatrics. 2003 Jan; 111(1):140-5. View abstract
  40. The doctor's dilemma: challenges for the primary care physician caring for the child with special health care needs. Ambul Pediatr. 2002 May-Jun; 2(3):218-23. View abstract
  41. Determining the etiology of developmental delay in very young children: what if we had a common internationally accepted protocol?! J Pediatr. 2000 May; 136(5):569-70. View abstract
  42. A nationwide survey of financing health-related services for special education students. J Sch Health. 1999 Apr; 69(4):133-9. View abstract
  43. Child health care in changing times. Pediatrics. 1998 Apr; 101(4 Pt 2):746-51; discussion 751-2. View abstract
  44. Comprehensive child health. Is it in the picture? Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1998 Mar; 152(3):222-3. View abstract
  45. Keeping children and families in the center of our concern. Ambulatory Pediatric Association presidential address. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1997 Apr; 151(4):337-40. View abstract
  46. Partnerships in school care: meeting the needs of New York city schoolchildren with complex medical conditions. Am J Public Health. 1997 Feb; 87(2):291-3. View abstract
  47. Amber, Katie, and Ryan: lessons from children with complex medical conditions. J Sch Health. 1995 Sep; 65(7):265-7. View abstract
  48. Health care reform: what's in it for children with chronic illness and disability. J Sch Health. 1994 Aug; 64(6):234-7. View abstract
  49. Prevalence of medical technology assistance among children in Massachusetts in 1987 and 1990. Public Health Rep. 1994 Mar-Apr; 109(2):226-33. View abstract
  50. The infant or young child with developmental delay. N Engl J Med. 1994 Feb 17; 330(7):478-83. View abstract
  51. Supports for children with HIV infection in school: Best practices guidelines. J Sch Health. 1994 Jan; 64(1):32. View abstract
  52. Schoolchildren with HIV infection: a survey of the nation's largest school districts. J Sch Health. 1994 Jan; 64(1):22-6. View abstract
  53. School health services in the age of AIDS. J Sch Health. 1994 Jan; 64(1):27-31. View abstract
  54. Project School Care: integrating children assisted by medical technology into educational settings. J Sch Health. 1992 Feb; 62(2):50-4. View abstract
  55. Technology's children: report of a statewide census of children dependent on medical supports. Pediatrics. 1991 May; 87(5):611-8. View abstract
  56. Financing health services in school-based clinics. Do nontraditional programs tap traditional funding sources? J Adolesc Health. 1991 May; 12(3):233-9. View abstract
  57. PEER's review: refining the early detection of developmental-behavioral murmurs. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1990 Dec; 11(6):322-3. View abstract
  58. Providing therapeutic services to children in special educational placements: an analysis of the related services provisions of Public Law 94-142 in five urban school districts. Pediatrics. 1990 Apr; 85(4):518-25. View abstract
  59. Mainstreaming children with handicaps: implications for pediatricians. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1989 Jun; 10(3):151-6. View abstract
  60. The school-age child: putting it all together. Curr Probl Pediatr. 1989 Jun; 19(6):285-323. View abstract
  61. Patterns of response in families of chronically disabled children: an assessment in five metropolitan school districts. Am J Orthopsychiatry. 1989 Jan; 59(1):94-104. View abstract
  62. Public Law 99-457: new opportunities to serve young children with special needs. J Pediatr. 1988 Dec; 113(6):971-4. View abstract
  63. Use and sources of payment for health and community services for children with impaired mobility. Public Health Rep. 1988 Jul-Aug; 103(4):411-5. View abstract
  64. Who leaves and who stays in special education: a 2-year follow-up study. Except Child. 1988 Feb; 54(5):393-402. View abstract
  65. Early identification of children's special needs: a study in five metropolitan communities. J Pediatr. 1987 Nov; 111(5):651-9. View abstract
  66. Physician familiarity with the educational programs of their special needs patients. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1987 Aug; 8(4):198-202. View abstract
  67. Ensuring access to health care for children with disabilities. N Engl J Med. 1987 Jul 16; 317(3):162-5. View abstract
  68. School placement. Pediatr Rev. 1987 Mar; 8(9):261-71. View abstract
  69. Health insurance coverage and physician use among children with disabilities: findings from probability samples in five metropolitan areas. Pediatrics. 1987 Jan; 79(1):89-98. View abstract
  70. Targeted early childhood programming. The promise half fulfilled. Am J Dis Child. 1987 Jan; 141(1):55-9. View abstract
  71. Health and special education: a study of new developments for handicapped children in five metropolitan communities. Public Health Rep. 1986 Jul-Aug; 101(4):379-88. View abstract
  72. Issues in the classification of children who fail in school: categorical versus descriptive approaches. Pediatrician. 1986; 13(2-3):81-8. View abstract
  73. Health care access and use among handicapped students in five public school systems. Med Care. 1986 Jan; 24(1):1-13. View abstract
  74. The emergence of attention deficits in early childhood: a prospective study. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1985 Dec; 6(6):339-48. View abstract
  75. A study of risk factor complexes in early adolescent delinquency. Am J Dis Child. 1985 Jan; 139(1):50-6. View abstract
  76. An analysis of the learning styles of adolescent delinquents. J Learn Disabil. 1984 Dec; 17(10):600-8. View abstract
  77. Health profiles of early adolescent delinquents. Public Health Rep. 1983 Sep-Oct; 98(5):449-57. View abstract
  78. The pediatric early elementary examination: studies of a neurodevelopmental examination for 7- to 9-year-old children. Pediatrics. 1983 Jun; 71(6):894-903. View abstract
  79. A study of neurodevelopmental findings in early adolescent delinquents. J Adolesc Health Care. 1982 Dec; 3(3):151-9. View abstract
  80. Evaluation of a multidimensional assessment procedure for preschool children. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1981 Sep; 2(3):67-73. View abstract
  81. An analysis of observed attention and activity patterns in preschool children. J Pediatr. 1981 Jun; 98(6):1006-11. View abstract
  82. Commentary: P.L. 94-142: the Education for all Handicapped Children Act. J Pediatr. 1980 Sep; 97(3):417-9. View abstract
  83. The Pediatric Examination of Educational Readiness: validation of an extended observation procedure. Pediatrics. 1980 Sep; 66(3):341-9. View abstract
  84. Selective hearing screening for young children. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 1980 Jul; 19(7):473-7. View abstract
  85. Use of primary care facilities by patients attending specialty clinics. Pediatrics. 1980 Mar; 65(3):567-72. View abstract
  86. Medical alternative for students. Pediatrics. 1979 Dec; 64(6):975-6. View abstract
  87. New directions in the evaluation and education of handicapped children. N Engl J Med. 1978 Apr 13; 298(15):819-24. View abstract
  88. Infants in a public school system: the indicators of early health and educational need. Pediatrics. 1977 Oct; 60(4 Pt 2):579-87. View abstract
  89. Skateboard safety. Pediatrics. 1977 Jun; 59(6):953. View abstract