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Katlyne Lubin, MD

Gender
Female
Department
Pediatrics
Email
katlyne.lubin@einstein.yu.edu
Practice Specialty
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (Pediatric)
Medical Education
Universidad Anahuac (Mexico)
Residency
Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center
Fellowship
Rose F. Kennedy Center
Board Certified
Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, Pediatrics, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics
Main Location
Montefiore at Fisher Landau Center
1165 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461-1915
Phone: (718) 430-3970
Fax: (718) 823-4877
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Academic Title
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Administrative Title
Co-Director, Developmental Family Services Unit (DFSU), Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center (CERC), The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore
Clinical Focus
Neurodevelopmental issues in children congenitally infected with HIV; neurodevelopmental issues in children with chronic illnesses; screening for developmental disabilities in third-world countries; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Research Focus
Congenital HIV infection; chronic illness; risk-taking behaviors in adolescence
Publications
Biography

Dr. Katlyne Lubin, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is co-Director of the Developmental Family Service Unit (DFSU), Rose F. Kennedy Center and Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center. A graduate of the Universidad Anahuac in Mexico City, she completed her residency in Pediatrics at Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center and her fellowship in developmental-behavioral pediatrics at Einstein’s Rose F. Kennedy Center.  Dr. Lubin earned a master’s in public health from Columbia University and has recently completed her master’s degree in clinical research at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her clinical and research interest have focused on the development of children and adolescents who are congenitally HIV infected and who have other chronic illness.