The pediatric neurology fellowship program is combined with the pediatric residency program at UTHSC. After completion of the residency program, pediatric neurology fellows complete one year of training in clinical pediatric neurology and one year of additional training including rotations in:
- Outpatient pediatric neurology
- Electives in specific interests of the fellow
Unlike other programs, the year of training in adult neurology is divided among all three neurology fellowship years.
- Responsive neurostimulation system - post-approval study in epilepsy
- Utilizing quantitative brain MRI in measuring cerebral structural connectivity in infantile spasms
- Fenfluramine as adjunctive therapy in patients with Dravet syndrome
- Identifying seizure onset zone using connectivity analysis of electrocorticographic recordings
- Comprehensive outcomes registry in subjects with epilepsy treated with vagus nerve stimulation
- Epilepsy surgery outcomes in pediatric patients with tuberous sclerosis complex
- Magnetoencephalography in infantile spasms
- Multimodal language mapping to predict post-operative language outcome after epilepsy surgery
- Safety and efficacy of intranasal Midazolam, intranasal Diazepam and buccal Diazepam
- Functional brain mapping with transcranial magnetic stimulation
- Low frequency transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of focal epilepsy
- Augmenting treatment effects of voice therapy in Parkinson's disease
Program Staff: Neurology
Amy McGregor, MD, is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and specializes in general pediatric neurology and epilepsy.
Associate Program Director
Stephen Fulton, MD, is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and specializes in general pediatric neurology, epilepsy and neurometabolic disorders.