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Eileen in an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health; Co-Director and Training Director of the University of Arizona Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities Training Program; and, Director of the Neonatal Developmental Follow-up Clinic at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, USA. She has extensive experience teaching university students in early childhood special education, training early intervention practitioners, and teaching premature infants and children with low incidence neurodevelopmental disabilities. She has conducted research on the effects of systems change on the field (early childhood special education), service recipients, providers, and on the effects of implementing family-centered services on families, early intervention service coordinators, practitioners and the service delivery systems. Her current research focuses on the predictors of developmental outcomes of high-risk and developmentally delayed infants; the impact of prematurity on a diagnosis of autism or other neurodevelopmental disorder; and on a Family-Centered Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Treatment Model.
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics