David Urion, MD, FAAN

Dear Colleagues – Spring 2015

David Urion, MD, FAAN

Spring 2015

I hope everyone is having an excellent spring, as some of us are finally recovering from a memorable winter. As we all look ahead to this coming year, when we…

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Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD

From Cherry Blossoms to Lilacs to National Harbor

Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD | CNS President

Spring 2015

The CNS Executive Board met, this year, at the AAN meeting in Washington, DC. The cherry blossoms greeted us as we arrived. How appropriate that this beautiful symbol of the…

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David Urion, MD, FAAN

Dear Colleagues – Winter 2015

David Urion, MD, FAAN

Winter 2015

This coming year is one of fairly significant transition for programs in Child Neurology and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. We will all need to initiate the use of the ACGME Milestones as…

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Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD

Jack (and Jill) Be Nimble … Like a Child Neurologist

Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD | CNS President

Winter 2015

It seems those who deal with low incidence, high severity disorders, whether as clinicians, researchers, educators, legislators, or parents, must develop the ability to roll with the punches. One never…

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Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD

What Holds Us Together?

Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD | CNS President

October / November 2014

There is one thing at which I am definitely not very good. That is staying inside of a box with a conventional label. “Pediatrician”, “neurologist”, “child neurologist”, “neuroscientist” – each…

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Philip L. Pearl, MD

Summer/Fall 2014

Phillip L. Pearl, MD

August/September 2014

I write this PCN Report as the outgoing president, with some reflection as to our progress and direction over the past two years. The term began in a tumultuous time…

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Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD

Rising to the Occasion

Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD | CNS President

August / September 2014

Charles Dickens definitely had it right. These are the “best of times”; these are the “worst of times”. On the one hand, never before have we had such an extensive…

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Philip L. Pearl, MD

PCN Spring 2014 Report

Philip L. Pearl, MD

April/May 2014

The PCN had an opportunity to review several key areas in academic child neurology during the 2013 annual meeting in Austin. Training Program Directors should be aware that the new…

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Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD

Happy Synergies

Nina F. Schor, MD, PhD | CNS President

April / May 2014

The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Child Neurology Society (CNS) may seem a long way off. But only the summer lies between now and then. It is a curious task,…

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Philip L. Pearl, MD

Focus on a Universal Curriculum and Case Based Teaching Series – January/February 2014

Philip L. Pearl, MD

January/February 2014

This year’s PCN activities are focused on establishing a content-based universal curriculum for child neurology trainees including a case based teaching series. This work will be coordinated with the efforts…

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