Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowships Stephen B. Sulkes M.D., Program Director The Division of Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Pediatrics offers two training opportunities: ACGME Developmental–Behavioral Pediatric Fellowship (Physicians) Leadership Education in Neurodevelopment and related Disabilities Program (LEND)(All Disciplines) As you search for a program consider: The University of Rochester is the only institution awarded six full years of accreditation by the ACGME. We focus on quality and not quantity. Our small program size allows for individualized attention from faculty who provide strong mentorship and are national, state, and local leaders. Due to the nature of our programs, fellows have an enormous opportunity to network within community organizations and with faculty from nine universities and across 12 disciplines. We are internationally recognized for research initiatives in Autism, Down Syndrome, Prader-Willi Syndrome, and other illnesses that affect children with developmental disabilities. Clinical experience is broadened by the opportunity to work within the community, providing consultative care for children with developmental–behavioral concerns and their families. You’ll become adept at working as a member of interdisciplinary teams with professionals from 12 other clinical disciplines. It is an incomparable experience that allows you to better understand the dynamics that occur within multiple disciplines and how they affect care.