Division of Pediatric Neurology

Vanderbilt’s pediatric neurocritical care team treated patient Will Terry after he suffered a traumatic brain injury when he flipped over the handlebars of a kick scooter.

Neurocritical care team helps boy survive severe brain injury

Vanderbilt’s pediatric neurocritical care team combines experts from different areas of pediatric medicine to care for each child according to individual needs to maximize that child’s quality recovery.

After two surgeries to remove tumors from her spine, patient Reagan Brown can walk freely again and has no limitations.

Spinal surgeries help restore young patient’s mobility

Ess, Warren, Williams elected to American Pediatric Society

Three Vanderbilt pediatricians have been elected to the American Pediatric Society, one of the nation’s oldest and most renowned academic societies.

Potential Rett syndrome drug shows promising results in phase 3 trial

A potential first-of-its-kind drug to treat the symptoms of Rett syndrome received positive top-line results from a phase 3 trial led by investigators from Vanderbilt University Medical Center to evaluate efficacy and safety.

Amanda Gray with her husband, Coty, and sons, Tony and Theodore.

Clinics created to treat children with genetic disorders

Vanderbilt has established clinics for children with adrenoleukodystrophy and other genetic disorders that are found on newborn screening, including Fabry disease, Krabbe disease and others.

VUMC Neurology pioneer Anthony Kilroy mourned

Anthony W. Kilroy, MD, adjunct associate professor of Pediatrics, died July 25. He was 86.

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