Sherry Feinstein, MS

Nisonger Center - UCEDD
OSU Wexner Medical Center/Office of Health Sciences
The Ohio State University
357 McCampbell Hall
1581 Dodd Dr
Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 614-685-6702
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Last Updated: June 15, 2012

Sherry Feinstein

Primary Activity Coordinators: Clinical Services
Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: Clinic Coordinator
HIPAA Compliance Officer
Discipline(s): Clinical Services
AUCD Council Membership: Council for Interdisciplinary Service
No Council Membership
Research: Research activities have focused on serving as a resource and referral agent for the recruitment of subjects for multiple studies. Involvement with studies conducted at the Ohio State University Nisonger Center as well as the Nationwide Children?s Hospital include: psychopharmacological trials for ADHD and autism, behavior management and autism, gastrointestinal aspects in autism, as well as a research database for autism.
Education: Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio, Master of Science in Human Development and Family Science?1980

Ohio State University; Columbus, Ohio, Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Human Ecology; Special Education Certification K-12?1973

University of Dayton; Columbus, Ohio, Post Graduate coursework in Educational Administration?1989
Service: Guest lecturer for courses at the Ohio State University:
Seminar in Human Service Organizations, Department of Human Development and Family Science
Field Practicum in Human/Family Service Agencies, Department of Human Development and Family Science
Freshman First Year Experience, ?Autism 101?
Introduction to Individuals with Special Needs, Department of Special Education School of Physical Activity and Educational Services
Psychology of Developmental Disabilities, Department of Developmental Psychology
Developmental Disabilities: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, Presenter, LEND core course, Programming and Services, Community-Based Services, Family Perspectives


Professional Areas of Interest and Expertise
Professional interests include early intervention, diagnostic assessments, interdisciplinary team function and training, family dynamics as well as cultural aspects of rural populations in the field of developmental disabilities.  Coauthored four articles on service systems and diagnostic evaluations for children with developmental disabilities in rural areas.