Our Programs

Who We Are

We are an interdisciplinary and collaborative team of healthcare leaders who provide compassionate, family-centered care to children and who engage in innovative research and training.


We deliver care to children at risk for developmental disorders and those with delays and disabilities.


We offer educational opportunities in classrooms and clinics, and in boardrooms and communities.


We engage in clinical and translational research designed to impact medical practice and health policy.

Community Service & Advocacy

  • Stanford's Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) named Irene Loe, MDa Faculty Scholar for her proposal, “Promoting Growth Mindset: A School-Based Intervention Targeting Health, Behavior and Learning in Underserved Communities.” Faculty Scholars receive $100,000 per year for 5 years.
  • DBP Fellow Sarah Dubner, MD, received a CHRI Clinical Trainee Support Award based on her proposal, "Inflammation, White Matter Microstructure, and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Preterm Infants". The award provides two years of support for fellowship training and research.
  • DBP Fellow Yair Bannett, MD, received a CHRI Clinical Trainee Support Award based on his proposal, “Management of Developmental and Behavioral Conditions in Primary Care: Objective Measures of Variation” and has been named Charles B. Woodruff Endowed Fellow.