Anne P. Inge, PhD, is a psychologist specializing in diagnostic evaluation of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) across the lifespan. Dr. Inge received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Miami in 2009. She completed her clinical internship at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, with a primary focus in pediatric psychology. Dr. Inge completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, during which she specialized in early detection of ASD in infant sibling cohorts. Her research has focused on investigating the autism phenotype across the lifespan including examining contributing factors related to comorbidity, timing of diagnosis, and outcomes in ASD children and adolescents, as well as child factors related to early detection of ASD in infant/toddler sibling cohorts.
She has previous training/certifications in various ASD assessment tools including ADOS-2, CARS-2, AOSI, STAT, TAP, CARS-2, and BOSA. Dr. Inge also leads a number of endeavors focused on increasing access to ASD services through training allied professionals and colleagues in developing autism knowledge and practice skills. This includes serving as a primary mentor for training integrated mental health psychologists to assess for autism in the primary care setting and leading our ECHO Autism program at Children’s National.