Kyle Bradford Jones, MD, FAAFP, is Family Physician and Director of Primary Care at the Neurobehavior HOME Program and Assistant Professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine, where he teaches medical students and family medicine residents.
Nirupma Singh, MPH, MPA, received her dual Master of Public Health and Master of Health Administration from the University of Utah and has a Bachelor in Dental Surgery degree. Her research interests include improving health care through planning, management, and evaluation of quality improvement initiatives with focus on people with developmental disabilities.
Vanessa Galli, MS, earned her medical degree from the University of Vermont. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Utah, where she served as Chief Resident. Dr. Galli currently practices at Intermountain West Valley Clinic in West Valley City, Utah.
Dean Weedon, MSc, is the former director of the University of Utah Neurobehavior HOME Program and Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic. He is currently a Quality Improvement Consultant at the Utah Department of Health.
Paul Carbone, MD, is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Utah. His clinical and research interests revolve around the primary care of children and youth with autism spectrum disorder.
Address correspondence to Kyle Bradford Jones, MD, FAAFP (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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