Dr. Emily Fredericks completed her graduate training in clinical psychology at Western Michigan University. Her training included an internship at Duke University Medical Center which focused specifically upon pediatric psychology, a branch of psychology that blends child clinical and health psychology. After internship, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan, C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, where she received additional training in the treatment of children and adolescents with chronic health conditions. Dr. Fredericks is currently a Professor of Pediatrics within the Division of Pediatric Psychology. She serves as the attending psychologist within the Pediatric Liver Transplant program, where she provides comprehensive clinical care to pediatric transplant recipients and their families. Dr. Fredericks’ primary research activities focus on the promotion of medication adherence, health care transitions, and health-related quality of life among children and adolescents living with liver disease and solid organ transplant. Additional research interests include the promotion of self-management skills in other pediatric populations, the use of mobile technology to promote positive health behaviors, and the impact of sleep disorders on health status in children with chronic health conditions. Dr. Fredericks’ research activities are supported through funding from the University of Michigan and the National Institutes of Health. Further information about Dr. Fredericks’ research program can be found at: http://chear.org/people/faculty-investigators/emily-fredericks.