Beth Ellen Davis MD MPH is a board-certified Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician (DBP) and Professor of Pediatrics, UVASOM. After retiring as Colonel in the US Army Medical Corps where she was the Tri-service DBP Fellowship Director for 10 years, she continued in leadership and workforce development roles at the University of Washington Center for Human Development and Disability as the LEND Director. In 2017, she joined the UVA Dept. of Pediatrics. Her clinical research focuses on workforce development and systems of care for children with autism and other developmental disabilities (ASD/DD). She is currently involved in 3 HRSA and 1 DoD ASD/DD grants. Her clinical practice extends to rural Alaska where she has been the sole DBP in the state providing diagnostic assessments for native Alaskan children at risk for autism and other developmental disabilities.