Ana Hanlon-Dearman, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FAAP
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Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman’s research focuses on understanding the intersection of neurodevelopmental variation and population health. Her research has focused on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), sleep disorders in neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
She is keenly interested in how population-based data can inform our understanding and management of NDD as well as its potential for informing people focused policy. A selection of her key publications in FASD include recent population health publications describing the health, social, education, and justice outcomes of children with FASD, a number of papers describing social and systemic risk factors contributing to FASD, and of importance to pediatricians and health care providers, anticipatory guidance for those caring for children and youth with FASD.
Dr. Hanlon-Dearman is involved in national research groups, including the CHILDBRIGHT project “Bright Coaching” and Better Nights Better Days for NDD.
Dr. Ana Hanlon-Dearman is the section head of developmental pediatrics and is a professor of pediatrics and child health with the University of Manitoba. She is also a co-lead in faculty development for the department of pediatrics and child health at UM.
She is a diagnostic co-lead (pediatrics) with CanFASD and is involved in fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) research nationally. She has led training in FASD multidisciplinary diagnosis and management nationally and internationally.
Visit Ana Hanlon-Dearman's ResearchGate profile for a complete listing.
Pediatrics and Child Health
CE-208 Children's Hospital, Health Sciences Centre
840 Sherbrook Street
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3A 1S1 Canada