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Hilary Eileen Gwynn, M.D.
Assistant of Neurology
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Kennedy Krieger Institute
801 N. Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205 map
Dr. Hilary E. Gwynn is an instructor on the medical staff at Kennedy Krieger Institute in the Division of Neurology and Developmental Medicine. She teaches medical trainees and provides patient care at the Center for Development and Learning and on the Pediatric Rehabilitation Unit. She is also the site coordinator for the Johns Hopkins pediatric resident developmental disabilities rotation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute.
Dr. Gwynn earned her medical degree at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland in 2000 and completed her pediatrics residency there in 2003. She subsequently joined the Kennedy Krieger Institute in 2003 to attend the fellowship in neurodevelopmental disabilities through the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Since graduation from the fellowship program in 2007, she has been an active member of the medical staff at Kennedy Krieger Institute. She teaches medical trainees and provides patient care at the Center for Development and Learning and on the Pediatric Rehabilitation Unit. She is also a member of the clinical staff of the Department of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
- Assistant of Neurology
Departments / Divisions
- Neurology - Kennedy Krieger Institute
- B.F.A., Hartford Art School (Connecticut) (1982)
- M.F.A., Art Institute of Chicago (Illinois) (1985)
- M.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore) (Maryland) (2000)
Research & Publications
Dr. Gwynn's clinical and research interests include diagnosis and treatment of the child with developmental disability. She is also investigating medical training methodology as it applies to resident and fellow training in the practice of developmental medicine and child neurology.