James M. Lewis M.D.

James M. Lewis, M.D., is board certified in both Pediatrics and the subspecialty of Neurodevelopment Disabilities with training at Houghton College, SUNY School of Medicine at Buffalo, the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore, and the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. He is currently a Professor of Pediatrics at the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University in the Department of Pediatrics and has been working there for the past 15 years. In his School Solutions Center which Dr. Lewis founded in 2002 he sees approximately 150 new patients annually referred from other doctors. In addition to his philanthropic work surrounding homeless and foster children and ADHD, Lewis is a regular lecturer on ADHD and related problems to parents and professionals in the Tri-State Area of West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio and has presented posters at national meetings of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the Learning Disability Association, and the Pediatric Academic Research Society. He has published over 25 scholarly journal articles, book chapters, and scientific abstracts.

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The Complexity of ADHD

Treatment and prevention

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