Female CHOC physicians and nursing leaders share insight and words of encouragement to other women pursuing healthcare careers.
With the expertise of a CHOC epileptologist, a 12-year-old boy diagnosed with a rare type of epilepsy is seizure-free with a bright future.
Though seizures are always worrisome, pediatricians should be especially watchful for infantile spasms, a type of epilepsy.
A CHOC neurologist has been elected to the board of directors of a national pediatric neurology organization. Dr. Mary Zupanc, Division Chief of pediatric neurology at CHOC and director of the pediatric comprehensive epilepsy program, has been named councillor of the west for the Child Neurology Society, a nonprofit professional association of pediatric neurologists in […]
The transition for an adolescent or young adult with a neurologic disorder into adult care can be challenging, but steps outlined in a leading medical journal can help pediatric neurologists and pediatricians to ensure a smooth progression. Dr. Mary Zupanc, division chief of pediatric neurology at CHOC, is among the 14 authors of the consensus […]
We are pleased to announce that we just completed another round of the CHOC – UC Irvine Child Health Research Awards, our annual call for proposals that enhance research collaborations between CHOC and UC Irvine and further the Mission, Vision and strategic aims of the CHOC-UCI Child Health Research Strategic Plan. Intended to support research […]