Nancy Eisenhauer, MS, PA-C
Chief Physician Assistant
Nancy Eisenhauer, MS, PA-C has been working with children and families for over 30 years. She is a graduate of Bucknell University and received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master of science in education with concentrations in both school psychology and elementary counseling. After working as a school psychologist for several years she entered a physician assistant program and has worked as a PA in general pediatrics, pediatric neurology, pediatric gastroenterology, and neurodevelopmental pediatrics. She has been with the Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics Clinic since 2001. She participates in initial diagnostic evaluations for children referred to ADMI as well as sees established patients for psychotropic medication management and on-going developmental follow-up and surveillance.
Current clinical and research interests include: the integration of psychotropic medication effects with concepts of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to modify stimulus preference or the magnitude of reinforcers maintaining problem behavior; further clarification of cognitive and behavioral phenotypes for individuals with genetic etiologies associated with neurodevelopmental disabilities; long-term stability of initial ASD diagnosis for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders prior to age 3.