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Beth B. Emrick, M.D.

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Beth B. Emrick, MD
West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
Phone
304-388-1552

Beth Emrick, M.D.

Board Certification: General Pediatrics

Medical School: West Virginia University School of Medicine

Residency: CAMC/WVU-Charleston Division

Fellowship: Akron Children's Hospital

Faculty Rank: Assistant Professor

Special Clinical/Research Interests:Autism, ADHD, developmental delays, learning disorders

Is there a particular population of students (e.g., ethnicity, spiritual, sexual orientation) that you would particularly like to advise?

No.

What does a typical day in the life of a Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician include?

Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics is primarily an outpatient specialty. I see a variety of patients in clinic, and every day is different.

What advice would you give a student who is considering a Pediatrics residency?

Pediatrics offers a wide variety of opportunities whether you want to be a general pediatrician or go on to specialize. There are lots of career options that can fit the kind of lifestyle you want. Working with children is