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Pediatric Neurology at Johns Hopkins works to provide the most up-to-date and highest quality care for children with a wide range of neurological disorders. We strive to better understand the developing nervous system and diseases through cutting edge research. We work with patients and their families to educate them about their disorder and provide them with ongoing care and support. The complex nature of nervous system diseases in children often requires a multidisciplinary approach. Johns Hopkins is unique in our access to a broad array of top pediatric sub-specialists familiar with neurological disorders in children.

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Crawford, Thomas Owen, MD

Professor of Neurology
Professor of Pediatrics
Co-Director, Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinic
 
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Felling, Ryan Jordan, MD PhD

Assistant Professor of Neurology
Director, Pediatric Stroke Program
 
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Hartman, Adam Lindsay, MD

Assistant Professor of Neurology
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Director, Center for Pediatric Rasmussen Syndrome
Director, Basic Epilepsy Research, Pediatric Epilepsy Division
 
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Kelley, Sarah Aminoff, MD

Assistant Professor of Neurology
Director, Pediatric Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
 
Photo of Dr. Eric Heath Kossoff, MD

Kossoff, Eric Heath, MD

Associate Professor of Neurology
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
 
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Oakley, Christopher Brandon, MD

Assistant Professor of Neurology
Assistant Professor, Child Neurology
 
Photo of Dr. Harvey S Singer, MD

Singer, Harvey S, MD

Professor of Neurology
Professor of Pediatrics
Haller Professor of Pediatric Neurological Diseases
 
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Stafstrom, Carl Ernest, MD PhD

Lederer Professor of Pediatric Epilepsy.
 
 

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