Ryan Felling, director of the Johns Hopkins pediatric stroke program, discusses his latest research, which focuses on understanding the mechanisms of recovery following injury to the developing brain and improving outcomes after pediatric stroke.
Johns Hopkins’ Babitha Haridas, pediatric epileptologist and Sarah Kellye, director of the pediatric epilepsy monitoring unit, discuss their presentation about common seizure types and paroxysmal nonepileptic events in children at the ...
When 3-week-old Julian Letchworth arrived at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center’s emergency department on a Saturday in August, his prognosis was beyond dire. Emergency brain surgery might save his life — temporarily — if he survived the procedure.
Pediatric epileptologist Babitha Haridas specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of children with epilepsy, with a focus on those who have refractory epilepsy. Dr. Haridas seeks alternate modalities of treatment, including ketogenic ...
Since they first met a decade ago, pediatric neurosurgeon Dody Robinson and neuroscientist Lauren Jantzie have been collaborating on research to better understand the disease processes that cause brain damage in infants.
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