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Reet Sidhu, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology and Clinical Pediatrics
Division of Child Neurology


  • BS: Northwestern University
  • Graduate School: Speech-Language Pathology: Northwestern University
  • MD: Northwestern University Medical School
  • Residency: (Pediatrics) University of Chicago Children's Hospital
  • Fellowship: (Pediatric Neurology) Harvard University, Children's Hospital Boston
  • Fellowship: (Behavioral Neurology) Harvard University, Children's Hospital Boston
Board Certification:
Board Certified in Neurology with Special Qualification in Child Neurology

Office Location:
180 Fort Washington Ave
Harkness Pavilion, Rm 554
New York, NY 10032

Telephone (for appointments): 646-426-3876
Office Telephone: 212-342-6867
Fax: 212-305-1253

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Dr. Sidhu is Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology and Pediatrics of the Division of Pediatric Neurology, Departments of Neurology and Pediatrics, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University. She is the Attending Neurologist for the Developmental Neuropsychiatry Program of Columbia University Medical Center, specializing in autism and related disorders.

Dr. Sidhu attended medical school at Northwestern University in Chicago and did her pediatrics residency at the University of Chicago Children's Hospital. She completed her training in Pediatric Neurology at Harvard University, Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. Sidhu also did an additional fellowship in behavioral neurology at Boston Children's Hospital.

She has special interest in autism and pervasive developmental disorders in addition to other childhood neurobehavioral disorders (i.e. learning disabilities, tic disorders/tourette syndrome, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, speech & language disorders).

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