The Neuroscience Center at Texas Children’s Hospital is a comprehensive destination for children suffering from common neurological conditions like epilepsy and muscular dystrophy to more complex and rare disorders like lissencephaly and Rett Syndrome.
With over 20,000 scheduled visits to our neurology clinics each year, providers see patients from across the United States and from around the world with a diverse array of neurological conditions ranging from the common to the very rare.
The pediatric neurosurgeons at Texas Children's Hospital are committed to setting the standard for the surgical treatment of infants and children with neurologic disease and to pioneering innovative therapies for the developing nervous system.
The Neurological Research Institute
The Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute (NRI) is accelerating the study and treatment of pediatric neurological disorders, such as Angelman syndrome, Epilepsy and Rett syndrome. The NRI will allow basic science and clinical research scientists to leverage emerging technologies and invent new ones.
Why Texas Children’s Neuroscience Center
Texas Children’s Hospital is leading research, treatment and surgical intervention for the full continuum of pediatric neurological conditions. As one of the largest programs of its kind in the nation, Texas Children’s Neuroscience Center provides lifesaving treatments for thousands of critically ill children every year.
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Texas Children's Neuroscience Center