The Arcuate (March 2022)
A newsletter from the
Jane and John Justin Neurosciences Center
Cook Children's And Covenant Children's: Providing Neurology Care In Lubbock
Cook Children's is proud to team up with Covenant Children's to serve patients in the Lubbock area.
Neurologist Jennifer Pitts, M.D., is now accepting new patients.
New Research Program For Kids With Rare Genetic Epilepsy
We are excited to share Cook Children’s Neurosciences Research Center has launched a new program to evaluate children with SYNGAP1, a rare form of genetic epilepsy.
Primary Steps: Assessing Abnormal Movements In Childhood
Determining when to treat hyperkinetic movements depends on how much it is affecting a child’s daily functions. In this article, we look at some of the most common abnormal movements of childhood as well as when and how to evaluate them further.
Lindsey Carnes, Ph.D., Joins Neuropsychology
We are pleased to welcome our fourth neuropsychologist, Dr. Carnes, to the Cook Children's Neuropsychology team.
AES Poster Presentations: Visit Our Virtual Library
We would like to thank you for visiting our booth at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, in December of 2021. In case you missed our poster presentations, we have published them on our website.
Dravet Syndrome Foundation Family and Professional Conference
June 23-25, 2022
Worthington Hotel – Fort Worth, Texas
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Knowing that every child's life is sacred, it is the Promise of Cook Children's to improve the health of every child through the prevention and treatment of illness, disease and injury.