Erika Augustine, MD, MS

Kennedy Krieger Institute

Erika Augustine is Associate Chief Science Officer at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. Her clinical research program focuses on advancing therapeutic development for rare pediatric neurological disorders, with emphasis on comprehensive clinical phenotyping and trial design. Her current NIH-funded work examines trial readiness of clinical outcome measures in the neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses (Batten diseases). Dr. Augustine also has a strong commitment to education and mentoring. As Diversity Officer for the K12 Child Neurologist Career Development Program, she launched the Minority Research Scholars Program, a collaborative initiative with the Child Neurology Society dedicated to fostering diversity in the next generation of clinician-scientists.


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