Aristotle Medical Forum 2022


Our Director of Neuroscience Research Christos Papadelis, Ph.D., was honored to be invited as a keynote speaker in the upcoming Aristotle Medical Forum, an international forum consisting of Greek and foreign renowned scientists that aims to connect medicine and medical technology with the industry and the society. The organizers expect the forum to become the … Continue reading Aristotle Medical Forum 2022

Jane and John Justin Neurosciences Center celebrates our Top Docs!


Each year, publications 360 West magazine and Fort Worth Magazine publish their list of top doctors selected through a peer-reviewed nomination and voting process. The Jane and John Justin Neurosciences Center was honored to have multiple physicians recognized as Top Docs for 2022. 360 West recognizes top doctors within Tarrant, Parker, Johnson, Hood and Denton … Continue reading Jane and John Justin Neurosciences Center celebrates our Top Docs!

Continuing a tradition of excellence


In June 2021, U.S. News and World Report once again unveiled its list of Best Children’s Hospitals, ranking multiple pediatric subspecialties based on excellence in clinical services, outcomes, patient experience and reputation. The Jane and John Justin Neurosciences Center is pleased to be recognized for the 11th consecutive year among the best pediatric Neurology and … Continue reading Continuing a tradition of excellence

Among the ‘Best’ for a Decade


Each June, U.S. News and World Report unveils its list of Best Children’s Hospitals, ranking multiple pediatric specialties based on excellence in clinical services, outcomes, patient experience and reputation. The Jane and John Justin Neurosciences Center at Cook Children’s is proud to be recognized for the 10th consecutive year among the best pediatric Neurology and … Continue reading Among the ‘Best’ for a Decade

Inaugural Texas Pediatric Neuroscience Conference a Success


Texas is fortunate to have multiple nationally-recognized Pediatric Neuroscience programs providing care for children. An essential component to the success of these programs has been a willingness to share expertise, collaborate on new research, and work together to improve the care of children in our state. With these goals in mind, Medical Director of Neurology … Continue reading Inaugural Texas Pediatric Neuroscience Conference a Success