New Faculty - Catherine Steingraeber, MD

Catherine Steingraeber, MD

Katie Steingraeber is a child psychiatrist and a pediatrician who completed her child psychiatry fellowship in our program in April and is joining our faculty this month. Katie has a special interest in care for children with medical illness, and developing collaborations including education and integrated behavioral healthcare with colleagues in the department of pediatrics.

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