Baltimore, United States
About MeFor more than 20 years, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Miguel Frontera, M.D. dedicated his practice to the diagnosis, treatment, and research of the psychological conditions of patients in and around the greater Baltimore, Maryland, metropolitan area. As Communications Director of CAMELOT:ASDAC (Consortium for the Advancement of Medical and Evidence-Based Learning and Organized Treatment: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Adult Chapter), Miguel Frontera, M.D. invested in his work a high degree of expertise and commitment to the understanding of autism and all manner of related disorders. Joining the team at CAMELOT:ASDAC in January, 2010, Miguel Frontera, M.D. oversaw the daily operations of all administrative and data management activities, along with the dissemination of public information on the organization’s website.
At CAMELOT:ASDAC, Miguel Frontera, M.D. focused his time and energy on improving the understanding of the autism spectrum among the general public. In his capacity as Communications Director of CAMELOT:ASDAC, Miguel Frontera, M.D. ensured the proper disclosure of valuable information to individuals with dual diagnoses, for example ADHD plus Tourette’s Syndrome or Asperger’s Disorder.
Prior to CAMELOT:ASDAC, Miguel Frontera, M.D. spent nearly 18 years with Clinical Associates, P.A., where he provided evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment as Medical Director of the Child & Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic. Over the course of his tenure at Clinical Associates, Miguel Frontera, M.D. also performed as Medical Director for the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Center for Attention and Developmental Disorders, as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Division at University of Maryland Medical Center, and fulfilled a role as Associate Lecturer and Faculty for the Certificate Program in Child and Adolescent Treatment at University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Miguel Frontera, M.D. gave up his medical license in 2010. He is presently retired and living in Baltimore MD.
Education08/1/1983 - 05/1/1987
Pennsylvania State College of Medicine
Hershey, PA 17033
08/1/1979 — 05/1/1983
University Of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104
CAMELOT: ASDAC (Consortium for the Advancement of Medical & Evidence-based Learning and Organized Treatment: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Adult Chapter)
Baltimore, MD 21212
In this role Miguel Frontera, MD was the Communications Director for CAMELOT: ASDAC. Miguel Frontera, MD oversaw all facets of data management and administrative aspects for this outfit. Additionally Miguel Frontera, MD managed the public dissemination of information derived from recent research into Autism Spectrum Disorders through CAMELOT: ASDAC's website.
The Consortium for the Advancement of Medical and Evidenced-based Learning & Organized Treatment: Autism Spectrum Disorders Chapter (CAMELOT-ASDAC) is a non-profit public education organization dedicated to expanding our understanding of Autism Spectrum and related disorders. As such, its main focus is the dissemination of information about the development of new treatments to address the symptoms of individuals suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorders. (Autism Spectrum Disorders comprises a number of illnesses classified under the Diagnostic Statistic Manual Fourth Edition – Revised, or DSM IV-R, of the American Psychiatric Association that includes Autism, Asperger’s Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified, and others.) Given the nature of these syndromes, and how often they are found in co-existence with other psychiatric disorders, CAMELOT-ASDAC also disseminates information about the treatment of these other related disorders such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or A.D.H.D., sleeping disorders, anxiety disorders, as well as depressive and bipolar mood disorders.
[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.]
SkillsTreatment-resistant Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Tourette's Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Depressive, Bipolar Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, in particular Adult Asperger's Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorder N.O.S. and Disaster Psychiatry
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