Patient Care

To provide excellent care for your child, we use the most advanced diagnostic techniques and the latest medical treatments for a wide range of neurological conditions.

Research

To better understand and improve the treatment of pediatric neurological problems, our faculty participate in National Institutes of Health and foundation-funded basic and clinical research projects.

Education

The Division of Pediatric Neurology is committed to training young physicians and scientists to provide care for children with respect and compassion, and conduct research in the context of patient treatment.

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Welcome to UF Pediatric Neurology

Welcome to the Division of Pediatric Neurology at UF Health. The Division of Pediatric Neurology offers comprehensive neurology services for infants, children, and adolescents, from straightforward evaluations to complex care for patients with a broad array of disorders.  We take great pride in our educational activities, providing opportunities for medical students, residents, and fellows.  Faculty members also lead major research efforts that will broaden our knowledge of neurological disorders.

In 2016, UF Health Shands Children's Hospital was ranked in the top 50 nationwide by US News and World Report.  We are delighted to receive this recognition and expect to build upon it in the years to come.

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News

UF Pediatric Neurology faculty member publishes longitudinal study of the course of thalidomide neuropathy in children and adolescents

Jan 9th, 2017

UF Pediatric Neurology faculty member publishes longitudinal study of the course of thalidomide neuropathy in children and adolescents in the November 2016 issue of the Journal of Pediatrics: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27567409  

Dr. Suman Ghosh has published a study in the journal Child’s Nervous System

Jan 3rd, 2017

Dr. Suman Ghosh has published a study in the journal Child’s Nervous System suggesting that therapeutic hypothermia for neonatal hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy is associated with a reduced incidence of seizures. For […]

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