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Meet the members of the Erickson/Wink Lab.
Logan Wink, MDDr. Logan Wink is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who specializes in clinical care and research of Angelman syndrome and autism spectrum disorders. She is director of the Angelman Syndrome Research and Treatment Center at Cincinnati Children's. She is currently a member of the Angelman Syndrome Foundation Expert Panel on Challenging and Difficult to Treat Behaviors. Dr. Wink completed medical school, psychiatry residency, and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine. She additionally completed a fellowship in autism and developmental disabilities at Indiana University.
Craig A. Erickson, MDDr. Erickson specializes in research and clinical treatment involving persons with developmental disorders. His primary research focus is on new treatment development for fragile X syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, and other related disorders. He is the director of the Fragile X Research and Treatment Center at Cincinnati Children’s. Dr. Erickson all serves as the director of research at the Kelly O'Leary Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders at Cincinnati Children's
Richard C. Gilman, PhDis a licensed psychologist who conducts research on risk and resiliency factors in physical and mental health. His work focuses on how environmental factors such as schools, families, and peers, play an important role in psychological and social functioning.
Ernest Pedapati, MD, MSDr. Ernie Pedapati is a fifth year resident in a combination residency for pediatrics, adult psychiatry, and child psychiatry. In addition to clinical work as a pediatrician and a child psychiatrist, he has a strong interest in neuroplasticity and human electrophysiology. He is a recipient of the 2013 American Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Pilot Research Award with a goal of quantifying cortical plasticity using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in different patient populations including neuropsychiatric and developmental disorders.
Rebecca Shaffer, PsyD, HSPPDr. Rebecca Shaffer is a clinical psychologist working with the team. She performs evaluations necessary for clinical research and also sees patients with autism spectrum disorders, Angelman syndrome, and fragile X for therapy. She has specialty training in the autism diagnostic interview- revised (ADI-R) and the autism diagnostic observation schedule (ADOS), which are both methods of diagnosing autism.
StudentsSeveral undergraduate and medical students who have an interest in Angelman syndrome, fragile X, or autism work as a part of the team.
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