Meet Our Infantile Epilepsy Center Team
Sarah Weatherspoon, MD, is a pediatric neurologist and director of the Infantile Epilepsy Center. Her clinical areas of special interest include epilepsy in infants and epilepsy surgery.
Amy Patterson, MD, is a pediatric neurologist. Her clinical areas of special interest include epilepsy, tuberous sclerosis and neonatal neurology.
Christen Holder, PhD, is the clinical director of Pediatric Neuropsychology and specializes in epilepsy, congenital heart disease and high-risk newborn populations.
Lauren Ditta, MD, specializes in pediatric neuro-ophthalmology. She treats children with a wide range of abnormal eye movements including complex strabismus, nystagmus, cranial nerve palsies affecting eye movement and congenital cranial dysinnervation syndromes.
Abbas Babajani-Feremi, PhD, is a biomedical engineer with expertise in advanced signal-processing methods.
Shalini Narayana, MBBS, PhD, is an expert in the application of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and other non-invasive imaging with interests in changes in motor and cognitive neural systems.
Roozbeh Rezaie, PhD, is an expert in functional neuroimaging with interests in the application of EEG and MEG to the surgical management of epilepsy and the organization of brain function in neurodevelopmental disorders.
Asim F. Choudhri, MD, is a radiologist and assistant professor at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in the Department of Radiology where he is also an assistant chair of research affairs. He is certified by the American Board of Radiology with a subspecialty in neuroradiology and a certificate in diagnostic radiology. His specialties include neuroradiology, spine imaging, functional neuroradiology, head and neck imaging and non-invasive neurovascular imaging.
Additional Clinic Team Members
Emmeline Martin, RN
Amy Claire Petro, MS, CCC-SLP
Lindsay Walsh, MS, RD, CSP, LDN, CLC