Education and Training
MD - Duke University School of Medicine; Durham, NC
Pediatrics - University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UTs
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
MHSc in Clinical Research - Duke University; Durham, NC
Titles and Academic Titles
Departments and Services
Lombardo, M.V., Eyler, L., Pramparo, T., Gazestani, V.H., Hagler, D.J., Chen, C., Dale, A., Seidlitz, J., Bethlehem, R.A.I., Bertelsen, N., Barnes, C.C., Lopez, L., Campbell, K., Lewis, N., Pierce, K., Courchesne, E.. Atypical genomic patterning of the cerebral cortex in autism with poor early language outcome. Science Advances 2021; September; 7(36): eabh1663. PMID: 34516910
Campbell K, Cunningham S, Neeley A, Young PC, Stoddard G, Stone B, Carbone PS. Ratings of Physician Communication by Caregivers of Hospitalized Children With and Without Autism. Hosp Pediatr. 2021 Jun;11(6):547-553. doi: 10.1542/hpeds.2020-005787. Epub 2021 May 10. PMID: 33972349; PMCID: PMC8142032.
Campbell K, Carbone PS, Liu D, Stipelman CH. Improving Autism Screening and Referrals With Electronic Support and Evaluations in Primary Care. Pediatrics. 2021 Mar;147(3):e20201609. doi: 10.1542/peds.2020-1609. Epub 2021 Feb 10. PMID: 33568493; PMCID: PMC7919108.
Carpenter KLH, Hashemi J, Campbell K, Lippmann SJ, Baker JP, Egger HL, Espinosa S, Vermeer S, Sapiro G, Dawson G. Digital Behavioral Phenotyping Detects Atypical Pattern of Facial Expression in Toddlers with Autism. Autism Res. 2021 Mar;14(3):488-499. doi: 10.1002/aur.2391. Epub 2020 Sep 14. PMID: 32924332; PMCID: PMC7920907.
Carbone, P.S., Campbell, K., Wilkes, J., Stoddard, G., Hunyh, K., Young, P., Gabrielsen, T.. Primary Care Autism Screening and Later Autism Diagnosis. Pediatrics. 2020, August; 146(2): e20192314. PMID: 32632024.
Major S, Campbell K, Espinosa S, et al. Impact of a digital Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers-Revised on likelihood and age of autism diagnosis and referral for developmental evaluation. Autism. 2020;24(7):1629-1638. doi:10.1177/1362361320916656
Campbell, K., Carpenter, K.L.H, Hashemi, J., Espinosa, S., Marsan, S., Schaich Borg, J., Chang, Z., Qiu, Q., Vermeer, S., Adler, E., Tepper, M., Egger, H.L., Baker, J.P., Sapiro, G., Dawson, G.. Computer vision analysis captures atypical attention in toddlers with autism. Autism. 2019, Apr; 23(3): 619-628. PMID: 29595333.
Dawson, G., Campbell, K., Hashemi, J., Lippmann, S.J., Smith, V., Carpenter, K.L.H, Egger, H.L., Espinosa, S., Vermeer, S., Baker, J.P., Sapiro, G.. Atypical postural control can be detected via computer vision analysis in toddlers with autism spectrum disorder. Scientific Reports. 2018, Nov; 8(1): 17008. PMID: 30451886.
Egger, H.L., Dawson, G., Hashemi, J., Carpenter, K.L.H., Espinosa, S., Campbell, K., Brotkin, S., Schaich Borg, J., Qiu, Q., Tepper, M., Baker., J.P., Bloomfield, R., Sapiro, G.. Automatic emotion and attention analysis of young children at home: a ResearchKit autism feasibility study. Npj Digital Medicine. 2018, Jun; 1(1): 20. PMID: 31304303.
Campbell, K., Carpenter, K.L.H., Espinosa, S., Hashemi, J., Qiu, Q., Tepper, M., Calderbank, R., Sapiro, G., Egger, H.L., Baker, J.P., Dawson, G.. Use of a Digital Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers – Revised with Follow-up to Improve Quality of Screening for Autism. The Journal of Pediatrics. 2017, Apr; 183(e1): 133-139. PMID: 28161199.
Solso, S., Xu, R., Proudfoot, J., Hagler, D.J., Campbell, K., Venkatraman, V., Carter Barnes, C., Ahrens-Barbeau, C., Pierce, K., Dale, A., Eyler, L., & Courchesne, E.. Diffusion Tensor Imaging Provides Evidence of Possible Axonal Overconnectivity in Frontal Lobes in Autism Spectrum Disorder Toddlers. Biological Psychiatry. 2016, Apr; 79(8): 676-684. PMID: 26300272.
Lombardo, M.V., Pierce, K., Eyler, L.T., Carter Barnes, C., Ahrens-Barbeau, C. , Solso, S., Campbell, K., & Courchesne, E.. Different functional neural substrates for good and poor language outcome in autism. Neuron. 2015, Apr; 86(2): 567-577. PMID: 25864635.
Pramparo, T., Lombardo, M.V., Campbell, K., Carter Barnes, C., Marinero, S., Solso, S., Young, J., Mayo, M., Dale, A., Ahrens-Barbeau, C., Murray, S.S., Lopez, L., Lewis, N., Pierce, K., & Courchesne, E.. Cell cycle networks link gene expression dysregulation, mutation, and brain maldevelopment in autistic toddlers. Molecular Systems Biology. 2015, Dec; 11(12): 841. PMID: 26668231.
Courchesne, E., Campbell, K., & Solso, S.. Brain growth across the life span in autism: age-specific changes in anatomical pathology. Brain Research. 2011, Mar; 1380(0): 138-145. PMID: 20920490.
Posters and Presentations
Campbell, K., Miller, T., Malik, L., Jones, C., Winter, S., Glotzbach, K. (November 2020). Infant Neurobehavior is Associated with Early Childhood Neurodevelopment in Patients with Critical Congenital Heart Disease. Presented at: Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Outcomes Collaborative; Virtually hosted in Houston, Texas, USA. Award for Best Presentation by a Trainee.
Campbell, K. Brickley, A., Winter, S., Glotzbach, K. (October 2020) Development of a Tool to Promote Parent-School Communication about Neurodevelopmental Disabilities in Children with Congenital Heart Disease. Poster presented at: Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Virtual Conference.
Campbell, K., Carbone, P., Stipelman, C.. (April, 2020). Secondary Screening in Primary Care to Decrease the Delay in Diagnostic Evaluation for Autism. Poster presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies. Due to COVID-19 related conference cancellation, this peer-reviewed abstract was disseminated to PAS 2020 Meeting Program Guide.; Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Campbell, K., Carbone, P., Liu, D., Stipelman, C. (April, 2019). Resident-Lead Quality Improvement of Autism Screening. Oral Presentation presented at: Academic Pediatric Association Conference: Advancing Quality Improvement Science for Children’s Health Care; Baltimore, MD, USA. Award for 1 of 3 Best Abstracts.
Campbell, K., Stipelman, C., Carbone, P.. (April, 2019). Comparison of Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorders with the M-CHAT vs the POSI. Oral Presentation presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies; Baltimore, MD, USA.
Campbell, K., Gabrielsen, T., Carbone, P.. (April, 2019). Signs of Autism Found in Chart Review of Screen Negative Cases. Poster presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies; Baltimore, MD, USA.
Awards and Honors
2021, Pediatric Practice Award, University of Utah
2020, Best Presentation by a Trainee. Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Outcomes Collaborative, International Annual Meeting
2019, Best Abstract, Academic Pediatric Association Conference: Advancing Quality Improvement Science for Children’s Health Care, National Annual Meeting
2018, Golden Apple Award for excellence in clinical teaching of medical students
2016, Award for Best Research Platform Presentation, Duke University School of Medicine
2014, Honors in Pediatrics, Family Medicine, and Psychiatry
2012, Primary Care Leadership Track Scholarship
Editorial and Academic Positions
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Manuscript Reviewer
Journal of Clinical Medicine, Manuscript Reviewer
Applied Clinical Informatics, Manuscript Reviewer
Sensors, Manuscript Reviewer
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
International Society for Autism Research
American Academy of Pediatrics
Academic Pediatric Association
Patient Experience Ratings
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