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My journey from a patient to a scientist

I was living the life of luxury – chicken tenders were brought to me on call, buckets of toys were given to me daily and staying up until midnight was … Full Entry »

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Preparing to stay at the Texas Children’s Epilepsy Monitoring Unit

Every day many patients and families enter Texas Children’s Hospital from a variety of cultural backgrounds, geographical locations and unique healthcare experiences. To best meet the unique needs of a diverse patient population, … Full Entry »

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Sharing Noah’s story

When Craig and I had our baby boy, Noah, we were elated. However, by the time he was 10 weeks old we started to notice he was not acting normally. … Full Entry »

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A Chance Meeting Leads To Life-Changing Surgery

Elisabeth was 9 years old when she experienced her first seizure. I remember it very vividly. We were at a neighborhood yard sale when Elisabeth began oddly staring off into … Full Entry »

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Video: Learn All About Texas Children’s Neuroscience Center

Did you know there are approximately 1.7 million children in the Houston area? Statistically, that means there are approximately 8,000 children with intractable epilepsy, and approximately 170,000 children with autism. … Full Entry »

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