Andrew Hashikawa, M.D., is a pediatric emergency medicine physician at the University of Michigan Mott Children's Hospital. Hashikawa trained at the Mayo Clinic and completed a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. He has been the early childhood champion for the American Academy of Pediatrics Michigan chapter since 2011. Hashikawa has substantial experience working with local early learning coalitions, including Head Start and Child Care Network. He also serves as a volunteer child care health consultant for several local child care centers. He is an executive committee member on the AAP's Council of Early Childhood. His research has focused on improving the health and safety of children in early learning environments. He received the Head Start 50th anniversary award in 2015 and the AAP Council of Early Childhood Dr. Susan S. Aronson early education and child advocacy award in 2019 for making significant contributions to improving the health, safety, and development of children in early education and child care settings. He resides near Ann Arbor with his wife and three teenage daughters.