Associate Professor, Clinical Pediatrics
Director, Infant and Toddler Services, Children's Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center (CERC)
Director, Rehabilitation, Evaluation and Learning for Autistic Infants and Toddlers at Einstein Program (RELATE), CERC
Attending Physician, Pediatrics, The Children
Autism early diagnosis/identificationLearning disordersAutism management/interventionDevelopmental delays
Dr. Shulman is a developmental pediatrician with special expertise in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and learning disabilities. Her research interests include early identification of autism, healthcare disparity in autism diagnosis and management, and complementary and alternative medicine usage in autism.
Dr. Shulman directs Einstein’s Infant and Toddler Services at the Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center (CERC), which provides family-based diagnostic assessment of young children who have or are suspected of having developmental delays. She also directs CERC’s Rehabilitation, Evaluation and Learning for Autistic Infants and Toddlers at Einstein (RELATE), a special unit for diagnosing and managing children with autism. The program follows more than 1,000 individuals with autism and related disorders from early childhood through adulthood and provides appropriate medical and educational services in a “one-stop shopping” model.
General child development, Idiopathic toe-walking, Language regression, Medical issues of children in foster care, Medical perspectives in autism, Parent advocacy for children with autism