Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
Our division provides diagnostic services and therapeutic recommendations for a broad range of developmental and behavioral problems, from mild to severe, for children of all ages and young adults.
The Division operates within an interdisciplinary team setting at the UVA Children’s Hospital and the Battle Building. Various clinics are held daily, Monday to Friday, including Acquired Brain Injury Clinic, ADHD Evaluation, Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic, Cerebral Palsy Clinic, Children’s Fitness Clinic, Developmental Consults, Down Syndrome, Feeding Program, International Children’s Developmental Clinic, Muscular Dystrophy Clinic, Myelomeningocele Clinic, and the UVA Children’s Heart Center Neurodevelopmental Follow-up Program.
Richard Stevenson, MD, Division Chief
Office Location & Contact Numbers
Department of Pediatrics
PO BOX 800828
Richard Stevenson, MD
Professor of Pediatrics
Faculty, Fellows, & Psychologists
Rich Stevenson, MD, Division Chief
Beth E. Davis, MD, MPH
Katheryn Frazier, MD
Jenniffer Herrera, MD
Valentina Intagliata, MD
Anna Jesus, MD
Rebecca Scharf, MD, MPH
Elizabeth White, MD
Ruby Tan, MD
Caitlin Anderson, Ph.D
Alisa Bahl, Ph.D., MA
R. Emily Gonzalez, Ph.D.
Melanie Morse, Ph.D.
Laura Shaffer, PhD
Haley Stephens, PhD
- Growth, bone health, and endocrine function in cerebral palsy
- Genetic determinants of recovery from brain injury in infants
- Endocrine dysfunction in children after traumatic brain injury
- Early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder
- Health disparities, chronic illness, and developmental/behavioral co-morbidities
- Constraint induced therapy in young children with hemiplegia