Neurology

The Section of Pediatric Neurology has three full time board certified pediatric neurologists and a pediatric nurse practitioner. A variety of children are served including those with Developmental Delay, Epilepsy, Headaches, Neuromuscular Conditions, Movement Disorders, Neurocutaneous Syndromes, Neurogenetic and Neurodegenerative Diseases, Cerebral Palsy, Complications of Prematurity, Nervous System Infections, Spasticity and Pediatric Stroke.

There is a comprehensive pediatric epilepsy program which is staffed by pediatric neurologists, a nurse practitioner and an epilepsy nurse specialist. Other members of the team as needed are a neuropsychologist and neurosurgeon. Services available include video EEG monitoring, and epilepsy surgery including placement of the vagal nerve stimulator.

Other specialty clinics include an Attention Deficit Disorder clinic and a Muscular Dystrophy Association clinic.

A photo of Margaret Jaynes.

Margaret E Jaynes, MD

West Virginia University
Positions
Professor, Neurology
Next Steps Clinic, MCH/LEND, Center for Excellence in Disabilities (CED)
Professor, Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-2299
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Victoria Lancaster, RN, PPCNP-BC

West Virginia University
Position
APRN, Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-1217
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Tera Lindquist, CPNP, APRN, RN

West Virginia University
Position
Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-1217
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Jodi A. Lindsey, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-1217
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John L. Magruder, MD

West Virginia University
Position
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-7331
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Angela Pratt, RN, APRN

West Virginia University
Position
Nurse Practitioner, Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-1217
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Jenna Wallace, PsyD

West Virginia University
Position
Psychologist, Pediatrics
Phone
304-293-1217