Although epilepsy is defined by a repeated pattern of unprovoked seizures, these episodes can take numerous forms corresponding to different types of epilepsy syndromes.
Movement disorders are characterized by abnormal form or timing of voluntary movement in individuals with normal strength and sensation.
Our neurobehavioral portfolio encompasses rare genetic neurological disorders related to cognition, neurodevelopment, and neurodegeneration.
Neuromuscular disease includes a variety of disorders that impair the normal functionality of muscles.
Neurometabolic disease is a broad term used to describe a diverse group of disorders that impair the functionality of the central nervous system.
Mitochondrial disorders are a group of conditions attributed to dysfunction of the mitochondrial respiratory chain, resulting in a lack of energy production within different tissue types.
Inherited cardiovascular disease can derive from genetic variants in a wide range of genes related to cellular depolarization and adhesion, connective or cardiac tissue formation, and heart development.
Clinical presentation of other neurological conditions may be complex, impacting multiple organ systems. These include: neurosensory, neurovascular, neurocutaneous, and nephrology conditions.