Angela Tomlin is Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Director of the Section of Child Development, and Director of the Riley Child Development Center LEND Program located at the Indiana University School of Medicine. At the RCDC, Dr. Tomlin provides clinical services to families with children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, supervises graduate trainees, and is a frequent presenter on topics including autism, behavior management, and infant mental health. She is the author or co-author of 20 publications. Dr. Tomlin serves on several state-level committees, is the chairperson of Infancy Onward, the Indiana's state infant mental health association, serves on the Board of Mental Health America Indiana and the Hope Academy, is a voting member of the State System of Care committee, and is a Past President of the Board of the Autism Society of Indiana. In addition to licensure in psychology, Dr. Tomlin is the first psychologist in Indiana to have earned the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health Distinguished Mentor Endorsement. Dr. Tomlin is part of a team that is researching the effects of parental incarceration on preschool children through a Robert Woord Johnson Foundation fellowship, Interdisciplinary Research Leaders.