Naomi J. Steiner, MD

Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics

Naomi Steiner
(617) 414-3602
88 E. Newton St Vose Hall

Biography

Dr. Naomi Steiner is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Boston University School of Medicine in the Pediatric Development & Behavioral department. She is a research expert in ADHD and attention difficulties, with unique experience as a developmental behavioral pediatrician and researcher. As a pediatrician, Dr. Steiner has over 20 years of experience working with families and patients with ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, anxiety, depression, developmental delay, language delay, learning disabilities and academic challenges. Dr. Steiner is a national and international leader in the field of training attention through neurofeedback, computer exercises, yoga, and relaxation breathing/biofeedback. She graduated from the School of Medicine at the University of Zurich in Switzerland, and completed her residency at The Brooklyn Hospital/New York University and Shands Hospital/University of Florida. Then she completed her developmental behavioral fellowship at Boston Medical Center/Boston University. She has run a private practice and was on faculty at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center/Tufts University for 10 years before moving back to Boston Medical Center/Boston University.

Education

  • University of Zurich, MD

Publications

  • Published on 9/1/2017

    Steiner N, Torres A, Reddy A, Augustyn M. Congenital Hypotonia in Toddlerhood. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2017 Sep; 38(7):556-557. PMID: 28816914.

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  • Published on 2/1/2017

    Radesky J, Reddy A, Steiner N, Augustyn M. "When the Prescription Pad Is Not Enough": Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Management 2.0. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2017 Feb/Mar; 38 Suppl 1:S32-S34. PMID: 28141715.

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  • Published on 6/1/2014

    Steiner NJ, Frenette E, Hynes C, Pisarik E, Tomasetti K, Perrin EC, Rene K. A pilot feasibility study of neurofeedback for children with autism. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback. 2014 Jun; 39(2):99-107. PMID: 24737038.

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  • Published on 2/17/2014

    Steiner NJ, Frenette EC, Rene KM, Brennan RT, Perrin EC. In-school neurofeedback training for ADHD: sustained improvements from a randomized control trial. Pediatrics. 2014 Mar; 133(3):483-92. PMID: 24534402.

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  • Published on 1/1/2014

    Steiner NJ, Frenette EC, Rene KM, Brennan RT, Perrin EC. Neurofeedback and cognitive attention training for children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in schools. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2014 Jan; 35(1):18-27. PMID: 24399101.

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  • Published on 2/1/2013

    Radesky J, Reddy A, Steiner N, Augustyn M. "When the prescription pad is not enough": attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder management 2.0. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2013 Feb; 34(2):138-40. PMID: 23369960.

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  • Published on 4/1/2012

    Noggle JJ, Steiner NJ, Minami T, Khalsa SB. Benefits of yoga for psychosocial well-being in a US high school curriculum: a preliminary randomized controlled trial. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2012 Apr; 33(3):193-201. PMID: 22343481.

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  • Published on 1/1/2012

    Khalsa SB, Hickey-Schultz L, Cohen D, Steiner N, Cope S. Evaluation of the mental health benefits of yoga in a secondary school: a preliminary randomized controlled trial. J Behav Health Serv Res. 2012 Jan; 39(1):80-90. PMID: 21647811.

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  • Published on 5/10/2011

    Steiner NJ, Sheldrick RC, Gotthelf D, Perrin EC. Computer-based attention training in the schools for children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a preliminary trial. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2011 Jul; 50(7):615-22. PMID: 21561933.

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