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Emily Farrell Myers, MD

Emily Farrell Myers, MD

Developmental Pediatrics

On staff since October 2013

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

    • April Everett, Washington 07.27.14

      We're very happy with Emily Myers as our son's neurodevelopment doctor. She works with us to make sure we're comfortable with all medical procedures and is always very helpful offering all options and allowing us to consider each before moving forward.

    • Myers E, Davis BE, Stobbe G, Bjornson K
      Community and Social Participation Among Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder Transitioning to Adulthood.
      25725812 Journal of autism and developmental disorders , 2015 Mar. 1
    • Myers E, Davis BE, Stobbe G, Bjornson K
      Community and Social Participation Among Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder Transitioning to Adulthood.
      25725812 Journal of autism and developmental disorders , 2015 Mar. 1
    • Myers EF, Zinner S.
      Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and co-occurring tics
      Contemporary Pediatrics , 2013 Apr, : 24-37
    • Myers E, Bennett FC
      Chapter 10: Selected Theories of Development
      The Behavioral Sciences and Health Care (3rd ed.) , 2012
    • Myers E, Bennett FC
      Chapter 11: The Fetus, Newborn, and Infant
      The Behavioral Sciences and Health Care (3rd ed) , 2012
    • Myers e, Bennett FC
      Chapter 12: Toddlerhood and the Preschool Years
      The Behavioral Sciences and Health Care (3rd ed) , 2012
    • Myers EF, Smith K, Cummings P, Johnston B, Grossman D
      Window Falls Among Children: A Retrospective Review
      journal of Investigative Medicine , 2005 : 53(1)S86

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Pediatrics
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics

Medical/Professional School

University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle
University of Washington School of Public Health, Seattle

Residency

Pediatrics, University of Chicago , Chicago

Fellowship

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle

Clinical Interests

Patients with behavior, speech, social interactions or school performance difficulties