Dr. Dent discusses what USMLE Step 1 and COMLEX Level 1 going pass/fail means for program directors and applicants

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Neurodevelopmental disabilities focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric (and adult) patients with: cognitive developmental disabilities (e.g., autism, intellectual disability and learning disabilities); metabolic and genetic conditions (e.g., mitochondrial diseases); CNS conditions (e.g., epilepsy, cerebral palsy); nerve and muscle disorders. It is a unique specialty in that fellows are trained to evaluate and treat children incorporating a multidisciplinary perspective and collaborate with other professionals such as therapists, rehabilitation specialists, educators, and the community.