Ph.D, LP, Pediatric Neuropsychologist
Director of Assessment Services
Dr. Ramzi Hasson, is a licensed psychologist who specializes in pediatric neuropsychology. Clinical interest include autism, neurodevelopmental disabilities, and acquired brain injuries or diseases. He obtained his PhD from Michigan State University, completed an APA accredited clinical internship at Children’s Hospital of Michigan Department of Psychiatry and Psychology and recently completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan Depart of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation within the Pediatric Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology Division. Dr. Hasson oversees an autism-focused assessment clinic (AAEC Clinic) and runs a pediatric neuropsychology clinic within the Division of Neurology at Children’s Hospital of Michigan Specialty Center.
Ann’s 30 year career has been dedicated to providing quality programming that enhances the lives of people with a disability. Her passion for this work began while in college working at a summer camp for adults with significant disabilities. She has a degree in Recreation Therapy. Her focus has been the development and management of programs for programs for individuals with a disabilities. She has worked at an Independent Living Center in OH and a local community agency providing Inclusive programming and providing support to community recreation providers that opened their doors to support individuals with disabilities in their programs. She also was the Program Director at a local Autism Center that provided Therapeutic and Support services to individuals with Autism and their families. She strongly believes in self-determination and that people with a disability deserve to live the life they chose with support from the community. She has learned first hand the joys and challenges of raising a son with Autism.
Corporate Project Manager
Mandi’s 9-year career with University Pediatricians has been multifaceted. She has worked at The Children’s Hospital of Michigan in may different clinics, ultimately finding her passion working with the incredible staff at UPAC. Autism and ABA therapy were new to her but she hit the ground running and has been learning everything she can the last 2 years. She is currently pursuing a bachelor’s in Business Administration with hopes to bring her operational knowledge and drive to UPAC. Seeing the changes in the kiddos the clinical team work with on a daily basis is amazing but as a mom herself, seeing the parents reaction to the progress their children have made is the reason she loves working at the autism center.