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Hilary Lee Feldman, PhD, LCSW

Job Title Psychologist, Pediatric Neuropsychology Services
4117 Penn Ave., Suite Floor 3
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
412-692-9939 Phone
412-692-5986 Fax

Education and Training

Graduate School:

1977 MA, Duquesne University, Psychology
1981 MSW, Smith College School for Social Work, Northampton, Mass.
1993 PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Memberships

  • American Psychological Association

Board Certifications

  • Psychologist
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Pa.

Publications

  • Shellmer, Diana, DeVitto DA, Dew, MA, Noll, RB, Feldman, Hilary, Strauss KA, Morton DH, Vockley J, Mazariegos GV.  Cognitive and adaptive functioning after liver transplantation for maple syrup urine disease:  A case series.  Pediatric Transplantation, 1-7, 2010.
  • Jakacki, Regina, Feldman, Hilary, Jamison, C., Timmerman, R., Boaz, J., & Luersse, T. A Pilot Study of Pre-Irradiation Chemotherapy and 1800 cGy Craniospinal Irradiation in Young Children with Medulloblastoma, 2004.
  • Pilkonis, Paul, Feldman, Hilary, & Himmelhoch, J. Social Anxiety and Substance Abuse in Affective Disorders. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 22, 451-457, 1981.

Biography Summary

Hilary Feldman, PhD, is a Pennsylvania licensed psychologist in the Pediatric Behavioral Health program at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Dr. Feldman has worked at Children's Hospital since 1981.

As a pediatric psychologist, Dr. Feldman is an integral member of a group of specialists in the Pediatric Behavioral Health program. Dr. Feldman works with subspecialty clinics within the hospital and provides assessment based on referral from physicians within Children's Hospital. Her primary interest is in evaluating how the child’s functioning may be impacted by their medical illness and/or or its treatment, and making appropriate recommendations to parents, physicians, schools, and other specialists. Dr. Feldman is also involved in collaborating with subspecialty programs in a variety of research projects.


Active Research Projects / Grants

Dr. Feldman is collaborating on neurodevelopmental research projects and grants with the following specialty populations:
  • Maple Syrup Urine Disease
  • Absence Epilepsy
  • Neurobehavioral Outcomes in Children with Leukemia
  • Children who develop Opsoclonus/Myoclonus after treatment for tumors
  • Outcomes of Ventilated Premature Infants
  • Refractory Epilepsy
Last Update
March 5, 2012
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