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BS, University of North Dakota Grand Forks, ND MS, North Dakota State University Fargo, ND PhD, University of Florida Gainsville, FL


UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

Krestin Radonovich, PhD

UPMC Allied Health Medical Staff

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Biography Summary

Dr. Krestin Radonovich recently joined the Children;s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC team, coming from the University of Florida, where she lead the autism clinic of the new Center of Excellence for Autism ; Neurodevelopment. She completed undergraduate work at the University of North Dakota and completed her doctoral degree at the University of Florida in clinical psychology, with a concentration in neuropsychology. Her post-doctoral internship and fellowship were completed at Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, specializing in neuropsychological assessment of young children.

Her clinical and scholarly pursuits include teaching and lecturing at UF, with supervision of graduate students, interns, and post-doctoral students on clinical assessment cases and research projects associated with the Clinical ; Health Psychology graduate program, the UF Honors Program, the Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, and the University Scholars Program. Her research interest is in the relationship of motor and cognitive development. She has received grant funding from Autism Speaks to study motor impairments in children with autism. She was the 2012-2013 Scholar-in-Residence in the UF College of Fine Arts, where she developed a research-based outcomes program examining the use of dance therapy in autism. Her publications and presentations focus on topics relating to motor abnormalities in autism, as well as school readiness and intelligence.

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