The major foci of the clinical activities of the Division of Neurology are epilepsy, stroke, headache, neurometabolic disease, neuromuscular disease, sleep disorders, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, autism, developmental disorders and functional neuroimaging.
The Division has a Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada accredited training program in Child Neurology as well as postdoctoral training programs in epilepsy, stroke and developmental paediatrics. The latter is in conjunction with Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab. In addition, there are a number of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in clinical neurophysiology and molecular and cellular neurobiology.
The research foci of the Division includes epilepsy (both clinical and basic research), magnetoencephalography, stroke, dyslexia, autism, burden of disease and quality of life, attention deficit disorder/hyperactivity, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, fatty acid oxidation disorders and molecular and cellular neurobiology.
A list of staff from the Division of Neurology in the Department of Paediatrics...
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The Paediatric Neurology Residency and Fellowship Training Program at SickKids, U of T is fully accredited with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.