Anuranjita Nayak, MD
- Texas Medical Center
Phone: 832-822-1750 (Neurology) | 832-822-0959 (Epilepsy Center)
Assistant Professor, Pediatric Medicine, Neurology
Baylor College of Medicine
|University of Florida College of Medicine||fellowship||Clinical Neurophysiology||2014|
|Saint Louis University||residency||Child Neurology||2010|
|The Children's Hospital at Monmouth Medical Center||residency||Pediatrics||2007|
|Dell Childrens Medical Center of Central Texas||internship||Pediatrics||2005|
|Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates||ecfmg||ECFMG||2003|
|V.S.S. Medical College||residency||Pediatrics||1998|
|V.S.S. Medical College||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||1994|
My aim in choosing this important part of pediatric neurology is to help children (and their parents) deal with this difficult condition and improve the quality of life and reach their best potential. Guiding and partnering with families to steer through their journey with epilepsy selecting the best suited medical and or surgical option to the individual need is the intent.
Epilepsy surgery, infantile onset epilepsy, Myoclonic epilepsy
Refractory status epilepticus etiology, Infantile spasm natural course with different approaches of management, Autoimmune epilepsy outcomes
|American Academy of Neurology||Member|
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Member|
|American Epilepsy Society||Member|
NEUROLOGY: Factors associated with treatment delays in pediatric refractory convulsive status epilepticus (Accepted for publication) 2018.
Diagnosis and management of Childhood Epilepsy. Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health CareVol. 45 Iss. 2, February 2015; page 3-18.
Teaching Neuroimages: Hypomelanosis of Ito Neurology 2013; 80;e130.
Autoimmune Hemolytic Anaemias; Pediatrics Today (India), June,2001, Volume :IV, #5-6, Pages:238-242. Review.