The Division of Neurology and Child Development Unit consists of 23 full-time physician faculty, 22 neurology or neurodevelopmental disability residents, one electrophysiology fellow, one headache fellow, two research PhD faculty members with independent basic science lab programs, nine nurse practitioners/physician assistants, a genetic counselor, thirteen nurses, eleven EMU nurses, nineteen EEG technicians, nine secretaries, 2 schedulers, a social worker, a psychologist, a LCSW Behavioral Health Specialist, a research nurse, a residency coordinator and a division manager who all take responsibility for the journey we share.
Our strength comes from a culture of teamwork. Our values include total commitment to patient care, love of the intellectual community whether learning or teaching, scholarship, and respect for our patients, students, colleagues, and each other.
- Provide outstanding clinical care to children with disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system
- Perform clinical and basic research that advances the field
- Train the next generation of child neurology and neurodevelopmental disability specialists
- Serve the community