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Appointment and Procedure Updates

We are updating some appointment and procedure practices to help lessen the spread of the new coronavirus and COVID-19.

  • Many Johns Hopkins patients may now have the option to have a video appointment with their provider, depending on their healthcare need.
  • In some cases, appointments or procedures may need to be rescheduled. If there are changes to your care, your provider will contact you.

Congratulations to Our New Residents

Adult Neurology Program

  • Ian Cheong, M.D., Ph.D.
    University of Minnesota
  • Sai Divakaruni, M.D.
    University of Maryland
  • Angeliki Filippatou, M.D.
    University of Athens
  • David Koren, M.D.
    Brown University
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Congratulations to Our New Residents

Adult Neurology Program (cont.)

  • Anna Patnaik, M.D.
    University of Maryland
  • Gabriel Sneh, M.D., M.H.S.
    Harvard University
  • Arens Taga, M.D.
    University of Parma
  • Nicole Pulley, M.D.
    Wake Forest University
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Congratulations to Our New Residents

Pediatric Neurology Program

  • Maera Stratton, M.D.
    George Washington University
  • Jacqueline Wood, M.D.
    Loyola University Chicago
  • Hannah Edelman, M.D., Ph.D.
    Johns Hopkins University
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Congratulations to Our New Residents

Neurosurgery Program

  • Karim Ahmed, M.D.
    Johns Hopkins University
  • Wataru Ishida, M.D.
    University of Tokyo
  • Jawad Khalifeh, M.D.
    Washington University in St. Louis
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Patient Stories


Thoracic Spinal Tumor | Brian’s Story

After Brian experienced numbness and back pain, an MRI showed a large schwannoma tumor around his spinal cord.

Brain Tumor | Declan’s Story

Five-year-old Declan had an MRI to monitor a growth hormone deficiency. Afterward, his parents got shocking news: The scan showed Declan had a large craniopharyngioma brain tumor.

Craniosynostosis | Fitz’s Story

When Fitz was born, it was obvious that his skull was misshapen. By 5 weeks old, Fitz had been diagnosed with craniosynostosis.


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