Larry Gray is a board-certified pediatrician with a subspecialty certification in developmental and behavioral pediatrics. He consults with clinical staff and leads a strong interdisciplinary team at Erikson’s Center for Children & Families in providing comprehensive developmental diagnostic evaluations for young children.
He is an expert in the assessment and diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders, as well as in the developmental challenges faced by internationally adopted children. Larry is a member of the department of pediatrics of the University of Chicago, where he heads the International Adoption Clinic. He also coordinates the University of Chicago’s pediatric residency rotation in international health, and serves as program director of the Health Volunteers Overseas pediatric program at St. Jude Hospital in St. Lucia, West Indies. He received his M.D. from Northwestern University.
As the medical director for the Fussy Baby Network, he consults with the network team on each family and as required sees families and infants in our Fussy Baby Clinic at the University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital. This clinic helps parents concerned about medical conditions and helps them understand their baby’s behavior, development, and temperament.
M.D., Northwestern University