James M. Lewis, MD

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Biography

Dr. Lewis' clinical and research interest focuses on the treatment and prevention of school problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and behavior and learning problems.

Education & Training

  • Medical School: State University of New York at Buffalo (Buffalo, N.Y.)
  • Residency: University of Maryland - Pediatrics (Baltimore, Md.)
  • Fellowship: Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh - Ambuilatory and Community Pediatrics (Pittsburgh, Pa.)

Honors & Memberships

  • Member, American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Member, Ambulatory Pediatric Association
  • Member, Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

Certification

  • Certified: American Board of Pediatrics, subspecialty certification in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

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Lewis JM, Beatty AE. 2018. Meeting the Health Care Challenges for Children in Foster Care: A Survey of West Virginia Pediatricians 2018 Mar 1; 114(2):26-30.

Book - James M. Lewis. 2018. Making Sense of ADHD and Overcoming the Challenges of Coexisting Conditions Lewis, James M. Making Sense of ADHD and Overcoming the Challenges of Coexisting Conditions. Joliet: High Tide Press; 2018. 332p.

Lewis JM. 2016. On giving advice to first year medical students. Med Teach. Med Teach. 2016 May:38(5):523-4
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Lewis JM, McCallister J, Browning S. 2015. ADHD Parent-Pediatrician Letters to the School: A Family-Centered Medical Home Tool to Improve Collaboration, Grades and Behavior 2015 Mar 3; 2:1-4.

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Lewis JM, McCallister J, Browning S. 2015. ADHD Parent-Pediatrician Letters to the School: A Family-Centered Medical Home Tool to Improve Collaboration, Grades and Behavior 2015 Mar 3; 2

Lewis JM. 2014. Going gently: on aging. Fam Med. 2014 11;46(10):804-5.
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Lewis H, Lewis J. 2012. Safe and effective methylphenidate therapy in a pediatric patient with glaucoma. Atten Defic Hyperact Disord. 2012 Mar;4(1):37-9.
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Lewis JM, McCallister J, Browning S. . ADHD Parent-Pediatrician Letters to theSchool 2015 Mar 3;