A Psychiatrist and Adolescent Mental Health Specialist with more than 20 years of experience in his field, Miguel Frontera, M.D. served as Communications Director at CAMELOT:ASDAC (Consortium for the Advancement of Medical and Evidence-Based Learning and Organized Treatment: Autism Spectrum, Adult Disorders Chapter) in Baltimore, Maryland through January 2011. Commanding an impressive professional and academic background, Miguel Frontera, M.D. began to lay the educative foundations for his career as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania. A dual major in biology and psychology, Miguel Frontera, M.D. excelled in his studies, graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in May of 1983. Following graduation, Miguel Frontera, M.D. enrolled in graduate studies at Penn State Hershey College of Medicine, where from 1983 through 1987, he studied all facets of medicine in a clinical and classroom setting.
Receiving his M.D. from Penn State in May of 1987, Miguel Frontera soon relocated to Baltimore to fulfill a yearlong internship in medicine and neurology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. At the end of this period, Miguel Frontera, M.D. remained at the University of Maryland to pursue his residency in psychiatry, during which time he served as a Staff Physician in the Baltimore County Department of Healths Substance Abuse Services Department. Upon completion of his residency in 1990, Miguel Frontera, M.D. entered into a two-year fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Maryland Medical Center and Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospitals.
Miguel Frontera, M.D. spent years serving as a Staff Physician at the University of Maryland School of Medicines Center for Attention and Developmental Disorders and as Medical Director of the Child & Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic at Clinical Associates, P.A. in Baltimore. First appointed to the position of Communications Director of CAMELOT:ASDC in January 2010, Miguel Frontera, M.D. refocused his efforts on the dissemination of the latest information on research related to the autism spectrum, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and other conditions.
Miguel Frontera, M.D. gave up his medical license in 2010. He is presently retired and lives in Baltimore MD.
[NOTE: CAMELOT: ASDAC is a non-profit organization that, as a public education consortium, is solely tasked with the dissemination of information about ASDs and their potential new treatments to the general population. CAMELOT DOES NOT CONDUCT RESEARCH NOR DOES IT TREAT ANY INDIVIDUALS WHETHER AFFECTED BY ASDS OR OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONS AS IT IS NEITHER A RESEARCH NOR A MEDICAL ORGANIZATION.]
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