The Section of Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics or DBPeds of the University of Nebraska College of Medicine Department of Pediatrics is committed to developing Developmental/Behavioral Pediatricians who will be leaders in the field recognized for patient care, teaching and research. To do this, we offer an exceptional training experience. See fellowship training highlights.

Our personalized program consists of interaction with committed faculty, of a broad clinical experience and of research opportunities collaborating with various disciplines. The section is located within Children's Hospital & Medical Center and also has clinical and educational opportunities at the Monroe Meyer Institute (MMI). MMI is a multidisciplinary degree granting institute, which has representatives from OT/PT/Speech, Psychology and Education in addition to DBPeds and Genetics, whose mission it is to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities. As such, it has close relationships with community organizations and is the site of an AUCD LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities) Program.