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Biography

  • Associate Division Head, Neurology
  • Section Head, Epilepsy Center
  • Lorna S. and James P. Langdon Chair in Pediatric Neurology
  • Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Neurology and Epilepsy), Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Education and Background

  • Fellowship in Pediatric Epilepsy, Children's Memorial Hospital 2001
  • Fellowship in Neurology/Child Neurology, Barrow's Neurologic Institute/St. Joseph's Hospital 1994-1997
  • Residency in Pediatrics, University of Arizona Health Science Center 1990-1993
  • St. Louis University 1990

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Clinical and Community Trials

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Health Services Research Using Hospital and National Data to Look at Patterns of Care and Health Outcomes to Understand Disparities, Healthcare Utilization, Access to Care, Comparative Effectiveness of Medical and Surgical Treatments of Pediatric Neurologic Conditions

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Healthcare disparities in pediatric neurosurgery: a scoping review.

Research Interests

Neurocritical Care, Epilepsy, Seizures

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Survey of Pediatric ICU EEG Monitoring-Reassessment After a Decade.

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Perioperative management in chronically anticoagulated children undergoing tonsillectomy.

Clinical and Community Trials

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Tubers Affecting the Fusiform Face Area Are Associated with Autism Diagnosis.

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Rowley Laboratory

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Kawasaki Disease, Antibody Responses to Infectious Diseases

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Analysis of Plasmablasts from Children with Kawasaki Disease Reveals Evidence of a Convergent Antibody Response to a Specific Protein Epitope.

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Integrative Medicine, Complementary Approaches to Care