Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics and Genetics Care Team

Norton Children’s provides developmental-behavioral pediatrics and genetics care for children with a wide range of genetic and developmental or behavioral conditions.

Our multidisciplinary team at the Weisskopf Center is made up of developmental-behavioral pediatricians, clinical geneticists, nurse practitioners, child psychologists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, genetic counselors, dietitians/nutritionists and social workers with the experience and training to provide care that’s “Just for Kids.”

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Team

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatricians

Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician

Nurse Practitioners

  • Lynette M. Galloway, DNP, APRN, PNP-BC, FNP-C
  • Carol Hoffman, MSN, APRN

Child Psychologists and Social Workers

Occupational Therapists

  • Elizabeth A. Grant, OTD, OTR/L
  • Scott D. Tomchek, Ph.D., OT/L, FAOTA
  • Jocelyn Warren, M.S., OTR/L

Speech Pathologists

  • Rose M. Geis, M.S., CCC-SLP
  • Lara M. Isaacs, M.S., CCC-SLP

Dietitians/Nutritionists

  • Diana Pantalos, Ph.D., RDN
  • Robin Weller, RDN

Genetics Team

Clinical Geneticists

Genetic Counselors

  • Christopher Ciliberto, MGC, LGC
  • Julie Griffin, M.S., LGC
  • Kelly Jackson, M.S., LGC
  • Rachita Nikam, MSGC, LGC

Metabolic Nutritionists

  • Julianna Edman, M.S., RDN
  • Diana Pantalos, Ph.D., RDN

Newborn Screening Coordinator

  • Sheri Payton
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(502) 629-KIDS

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