Irene Chatoor, MD, is the director of the Infant and Toddler Mental Health Program at Children’s National Health System. She is a world-renowned specialist in infant and toddler feeding disorders and a pioneer in the field of feeding disorders. Dr. Chatoor developed the classifications for different types and treatments of feeding disorders in children.
She received her MD from the Ruperto-Carola University and completed internships at City Hospital, Ambert City Hospital and Providence Hospital. Dr. Chatoor completed residencies at Children’s National and George Washington University Medical Center, as well as a fellowship at Children’s National. She also serves as a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at George Washington University.